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7t^9 Divided by t^6 . Help me out please? I need to learn exponent rules... -_-

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  1. jimmyrep
    • 4 years ago
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    when you divide you subtract the exponent so 7t^9 / t^6 = 7 t^(9-6) = 7t^3

  2. nicEscott
    • 4 years ago
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    When you multiply variables you will add their exponents if they are the same variable. \[(x ^{a})(x ^{b})=x^{a+b}\] When you divide variables you subtract their exponents (numerator-denominator) \[x ^{a}/x ^{b}=x ^{a-b}\]

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