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Yes @danya1 ?
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CAN U HELP ME SIMPLIFY THIS
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Do you know law of exponents?
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no
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\[x^n x^m=x^{n+m}\]
\[\frac{x^n}{x^m}=x^{n-m}\]
\[\frac{1}{x^{-n}}=x^n\]
\[x^{-n}=\frac{1}{x^n}\]
\[(x^ry^t)^s=x^{rs}y^{ts}\]
Here are a few laws...
You tell me which one you think applies here.
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the first one ??
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Simplify means they don't want any negative exponents...
Which law will help us do this
And no we can't use the first one because the bases aren't the same.
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the last one
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??
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Do any of the laws above have negative exponents?
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the third and fourth
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Can we use the fourth to rewrite that part that has a negative exponent?
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can u help meeeeeeeeeee?? u still here
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@sirm3d @Daish96 @Daish96 @Dido525 @Directrix @whpalmer4 @walters @wtoliver can u help me
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@Anders96 @anabella97 @april115 @Anders96 @experimentX @experimentX @evansda can u help me
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Hollaa
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You can't add the exponents unless the a's and b's are stated to be constants.
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...self
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Remember that for example\[\large x^5 y^{-5} = \dfrac{x^5}{y^5}\]
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Can you simplify it similarly?