anonymous
  • anonymous
solve: a^2 · a^3 · a^-4
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anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know the answer?
tamtoan
  • tamtoan
use these formula ..a^-n = 1/a^n , a^n . a^m = a^(n+m) and a^n/a^m = a^(n-m) and you can get the answer quick
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's not a^9 though..

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tamtoan
  • tamtoan
ofcourse it's not, one of the power is negative...check that again :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
see that's what confuses me, but I thought when you flip the exponent to make it positive, you add it as a positive exponent?
anonymous
  • anonymous
would it be a^1?
tamtoan
  • tamtoan
correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, So you're not supposed to flip it then? :S
tamtoan
  • tamtoan
it's two positive powers 2 and 3..you add..one negative power 4 ..you subtract
anonymous
  • anonymous
ty
tamtoan
  • tamtoan
yw :)

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