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Use the properties of exponents to simplify the expression.
10^x+1 divide by 10^x-3

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Use the properties of exponents to simplify the expression.
10^x+1 divide by 10^x-3

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- anonymous

The divisional property of exponents is that when you divide by an exponent (when the base is equal) that you subtract the exponent being divided.

- anonymous

Wait, I'm an idiot, lol.

- anonymous

yeah i get that but i am not sure what to do when it is a equation

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- anonymous

Same thing, you just substitute the whole equation.

- anonymous

If x = 1, what you would have is 10^2 / 10^-2, right?

- anonymous

Then you would have 10^2-(-2)

- anonymous

right

- anonymous

Since we don't x, we leave it there.

- anonymous

Since we don't *know* x

- anonymous

So if it was 10^A / 10^B, we did 10^A-B

- anonymous

But A was "X + 1" and B was "X - 3"

- anonymous

oh i didnt distribute the negative

- anonymous

So we have 10^x+1 / 10^x-3, becomes 10^(x+1)-(x-3),
-(x-3) = -x + 3, right?
So we have 10^x+1-x+3
Finally: We have 10 to all these together:
x
-x
+1
+3
x + (-x) = 0
1 + 3 = 4
0+4 = 4
So we have 10^4

- anonymous

Sorry, had to correct a number typo :)

- anonymous

Yea, that's easy to do, haha. Everything figured out?

- anonymous

yes... thank you

- anonymous

Awesome :)

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