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SadieK

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math (algebra 1) ASAP

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  1. zepdrix
    • one year ago
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    When we divide terms of similar base, we `subtract` the exponents. \[\large \frac{7^4}{7^2} \qquad = \qquad 7^{4-2}\] Can you solve it from there? :)

  2. SadieK
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    I think it is =, because 7^4 - 7^2 = 7^2. 7^2 = 7 x 7, which equals 49, so i think the answer is = to.

  3. zepdrix
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    Yay good job :)

  4. SadieK
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    Thank you!!!

  5. LoveYou*69
    • one year ago
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    7^4 = 2401 7^2 = 49 2401/49 = 49 49 = 49

  6. SadieK
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    thanks!!!!!

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