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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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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.
Wait, I'm an idiot, lol.
yeah i get that but i am not sure what to do when it is a equation

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Same thing, you just substitute the whole equation.
If x = 1, what you would have is 10^2 / 10^-2, right?
Then you would have 10^2-(-2)
right
Since we don't x, we leave it there.
Since we don't *know* x
So if it was 10^A / 10^B, we did 10^A-B
But A was "X + 1" and B was "X - 3"
oh i didnt distribute the negative
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
Sorry, had to correct a number typo :)
Yea, that's easy to do, haha. Everything figured out?
yes... thank you
Awesome :)

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