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1/exponent is the same as -exponent/1

cann u help with a few others ? its short

sure

both expressions get raised to the third power because they're in parentheses

b. When you have variables with exponents over variables with exponents you subtract the exponents

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thank u !!!!!

As for the last one all you have to do is make up a problem of your own and solve it

thats the part im not good at

why?

you can make it as easy or difficult as you like

yeaa but i have no clue aout this. so i would know how to even make an equation or solve it :/

just put some in the form of \[\frac{ x ^{a} }{ x ^{b} }\] a and b can be whatever number you like

just make them different numbers

sory. i was preoccupied. u know with what lol. something like x^5 over x^7 ?

so it would be
x^5
--- = x^5-7
x^7

which is \[x ^{-2}\]

but what if we wanted the exponent to be positive?

oh i thought it was supposed to be like 5 minus 7

well what is 5-7?

idk btw the second answer u gave me was wrong.

anyway the answer would be \[x ^{-2}\] or if you like \[\frac{ 1 }{ x ^{2} }\]

oh the 2nd overall answer. My fault i completely apologize. It would've been b.

anyway good luck sorry about the mistake. I'm here to help if you need it

i got it thanks maybe u should recheck your math

yes ma'am