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3^-9*3^6*3^6 27^-3 all you do is multiply the numbers and add the exponents togehter
@ballsohardskeezerstryingtofindme do you understand??
Callie that's not right. It's 3^12/3^9 = 3^3.................
the signs @ballsohardskeezerstryingtofindme has up there is multiply so im right, ou would be if it was division
Do you realize that 3^-9 = 1/3^9?
no it doesn't 3 is a constinet and -9 is an exponent its a positive number not a fraction
Callie..you might want to check your facts...lol
@primeralph please explain what you think please
lol i know my facts, it says 3 to the power -9
if anything its 27^3, not 27^-3 I know that much..
Balls, I'm right, just write down my answer
omg, its not bout giving the answer its about letting her learn and @primeralph please explain
@FutureMathProfessor I'm going to have to report you.
@callie2240 : I showed her exactly what she needed to know with the diagram. If anything, you are making her confused. @ballsohardskeezerstryingtofindme : The answer is 3^3
@callie2240 do you understand what I did?
I know thank you!
@ballsohardskeezerstryingtofindme : Great I will let @callie2240 and @primeralph talk about this while I move on with my life now.
yes i do i confused the 6 with the 3 thanks @ primeralph, but @FutureMathProfessor your not supposed to give answers your supposed to help or at least show her step by step and explain
@FutureMathProfessor rules are what make a person. You can't be a good professor if you don't follow rules. Good luck in life.
@callie2240 @primeralph In case you guys didn't notice, I was the first person to post and I showed my work. Maybe look at the problem first before you make assumptions. Thanks.
I don't dismiss your effort at all and I don't mean to be rude. I'm just saying we got to follow rules here.
@FutureMathProfessor when i looked at your work i got confused i couldnt tell crap from it, no offence, im not being mean, im just telling you you are doing it the wrong way
Says the person who doesn't even know what they are doing!
I do freaking to, and if you dont trust that thats your problem not mine at least i show my work correctly, all i know is your ride and gosh dangit idc what you do or believe, im here to help people, i made a simple mistake with myy eyes, big woop, thats all you had to say and i could of fixed it, but you want to seem like your brilliant when really your just plain rude @FutureMathProfessor
Okay people, that's enough. @FutureMathProfessor method was convoluted for a beginner but it works. @callie2240 Let it go, please?
If you did, then you wouldn't be giving him the wrong answer. One of my pet peeves is people telling me I'm wrong when you were the one that was wrong and I was right. Now good bye.