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  1. ethompsonn
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    kk, what is it?

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  2. jiteshmeghwal9
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    Yup, plz tell us wht's ur question ?

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  3. hba
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    @Atowe3006 Sure,What is the question mam ?

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  4. Atowe3006
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    \[-9m ^{-2}n ^{5}*2m ^{-3}n ^{-6}\]

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  5. tcarroll010
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    You merely add exponents of like bases:\[-18m ^{-5}n ^{-1}\]and multiply the numerics.

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  6. hba
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    Let me clear the point, \[\huge\ a^x * a^y=a^{x+y}\]

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  7. Atowe3006
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    Would it be a fraction?

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  8. Atowe3006
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    Since there is negatives?

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  9. tcarroll010
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    So, for the base "m", you add -2 and -3 to get -5. You could represent it as a fraction.\[\frac{ -18 }{ m ^{5}n }\]

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  10. tcarroll010
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    Yes, because the exponents are negative, they can go into the denominator.

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  11. Atowe3006
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    Thank you so much, Can you please help me with some others? I keep watching the video my teacher gave us to watch but I barely understand it.

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  12. tcarroll010
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    Good luck in all of your studies and thx for the recognition! @Atowe3006 I'll try to help with more. And you are welcome very much!

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  13. Atowe3006
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    3. A rectangular pasture has a fence around the perimeter. The length of the fence is \[16x ^{7}\] and the width is \[48x ^{4}\]. What is the area of the pasture? (1 point)

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  14. Atowe3006
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    And no problem (:

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  15. Atowe3006
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    and 21,504 isn't an answer.

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  16. tcarroll010
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    np. A(rea) = (l)(w) =\[(16x^{7})(48x ^{4}) = 768x ^{11}\]where you add the 4 and 7 for the like base "x" and just multiply 16 by 48.

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  17. Atowe3006
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    Oh!!! Omfg that was so blonde of me. Hah hah! I really appreciate you helping.

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  18. tcarroll010
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    We all have little slip-ups. I do them all the time!

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  19. jiteshmeghwal9
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    \((-9*2)m^{-2}.m^{-3}.n^5. n^{-6}\)

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  20. jiteshmeghwal9
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    \(\LARGE{-18m^{-2+(-3)}.n^{5+(-6)}}\)

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  21. tcarroll010
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    A good way to remember that you add exponents for like bases when multiplying is from the following simple example:\[2^{2}2^{3} = (4)(8) = 32 = 2^{5}\]If you can reconstruct that when you have a "blonde" moment, you'll do great!

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  22. jiteshmeghwal9
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    i think u can solve it further

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  23. Atowe3006
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    Thank you!!!

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  24. tcarroll010
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    you're welcome!

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