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7t^9 Divided by t^6 . Help me out please?

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you have to use this rule of exponenets : a^m/a^n=a^m-n
\[\large \frac{7t^9}{t^6}\] \[\large 7t^{9-6}\] \[\large 7t^3\] So \[\large \frac{7t^9}{t^6}=7t^3\]
Or you can use the multiplication law

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in that case you know that 1/t^6 = t^-6 so you get 7t^9*t^-6 (when multiplying two of the same base terms withexponents you add so it's be \[7t^(9+-6) = 7t^3\]
type \ [ 7^{-6} = \frac{1}{7^6} \ ] to get \[\large 7^{-6} = \frac{1}{7^6} \]
oh and remove all spaces from the code above
gotcha... why don't they have a fraction button in the menu >_<
everything you'll need can be found in the equation editor by clicking on the "equation" button below
good question, didn't realize it wasn't there
haha yeah it'd be useful
for more functions, look up LaTex since this is the language it's using

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