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I have a question on my homework that I am struggling with. I don't know where to start. I have simplify this expression: 5√32h^4s^-3/5√h^-6s^-9 Where do I begin?

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Rewrite the expression with all positive exponents first.
Alright that gives me 5√32h^10s^6 correct?

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yes. That is correct.
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Ohhh okay. So the exponent for S would 1 correct? I'd tried putting the answer in but it says it is incorrect but the other answers for the base number of H (2) and exponent for H (2) were correct.
Yes. The s exponents are 1
Ah, there must be something wrong with the webwork site then, I'll email my professor. Thank you very much for your help.

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