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jfistel1
 3 years ago
The Principle of Powers states:
a) If a = b and n is a negative integer, then an = bn
b)If a = b and n is a negative integer, then –an = –bn
c)If a = b and n is a positive integer, then an + bn
d) If a = b and n is a positive integer, then an = bn
jfistel1
 3 years ago
The Principle of Powers states: a) If a = b and n is a negative integer, then an = bn b)If a = b and n is a negative integer, then –an = –bn c)If a = b and n is a positive integer, then an + bn d) If a = b and n is a positive integer, then an = bn

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Tangent
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The answer is d): If a=b and n is a positive integer, then a^n = b^n (where ^ means "exponent")
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