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help me with divding expontent

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    In general, if you have an equation such as x^3/x you can use the exponent rules for division which say you subtract the exponent of the x in the denominator (in this case 1) from the exponent of the x in the numerator (in this case 3), so you would get x^2.

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    oh k

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    can you be more specific with the question? what's "dividing exponent" ?

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