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anonymous

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I'm working on exponents in division and I have a problem knowing whether or not I've simplified everything correctly.

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    i will help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. anonymous
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    Thanks! Okay, here's my problem:\[5x ^{3}\div 125x ^{5}\]

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    Have I simplified the problem enough?

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    yah u have

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    Thank you!

  6. mathteacher1729
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    Abbie - is your problem \[\frac{5x^3}{125x^5}\] ? If so, you can reduce this further by reducing the x^3 and the x^5 as well as the 5 and 125.

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