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mollyann
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OrthodoxMan
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What is the exponent at the top?

OrthodoxMan
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oh and you do know we're not supposed to help you with your quiz.

mathstudent55
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a^m/a^n = a^(mn)

campbell_st
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the index law for dividng the same base is subtract the powers
\[\frac{x^a}{x^b} = x^{a  b}\]this should help

mollyann
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i think it is C am i right ?

campbell_st
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I think its not C

mollyann
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D?

campbell_st
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are you guessing and are you going to post every question on the assignment...?

campbell_st
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all you need to do is apply the index law rule started above by @mathstudent55 and myself...

mollyann
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does it really matter what i do ?

campbell_st
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well reading the hints and advice people post may help you develop your understanding...