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what is the simplified form for (n5)(n2)?
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Using the product rule of exponents, the simplified form of the given expression is: [tex]n^7[/tex].

What is the Product Rule of Exponents?

The product rule of exponents states that, [tex]n^a \times n^b = n^{a + b}[/tex].

Given the following expression, (n^5)(n^2), apply the product rule of exponents to simplify it:

(n^5)(n^2) = [tex]n^{5 + 2}[/tex]

(n^5)(n^2) = [tex]n^7[/tex] (simplified form)

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