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a - wrong. x^m * x *n = x^(m+n) b- correct c - correct d - wrong x^m / x^n = x^(m - n)
oops...first one should read : x^m * x^n = x^(m + n)

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wait but when multiplying numbers with same base and different exponents u just add the exponents right and keep same base
yes
so how is the first one wrong?
check your adding
10^14
correct
and the last one 12-4= 8...
no....12 - (-4)
ohhhh cuz it already has a - its a double negative
yes
so its really 10^16
you got it :)
good job :)

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