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What will the exponent be when you simplify the following problem?
b^6 x b^3 = b^?



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anonymous
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add 'em

2bornot2b
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simarilli
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First law of indices:
\[a ^{m} \times a ^{n} = a ^{m \times n}\]

fewscrewsmissing
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No similarilli, it's a^(m+n)

simarilli
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Ooops, I mean
\[a ^{m+n}\]

fewscrewsmissing
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That's better ;) And sorry I typed your name completely wrong haha.

Mohammad_Asad_Ali
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The first law is. \[a ^{m} \times a^{n}=a ^{m+n}\]