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  1. anonymous
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  2. NotTim
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    What are you trying to solve.

  3. anonymous
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    i need to know what is the missing exponet?

  4. anonymous
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    .....?

  5. anonymous
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    Where is the missing exponent there?

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  7. anonymous
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    Don't you get something like \(x\) or \(y\) or any variable there as exponent?

  8. anonymous
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    nope

  9. NotTim
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    Maybe she's asking what the process is to get from (12^-5)^2/12^-4 to 12 is.

  10. anonymous
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    yes your right

  11. anonymous
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    NO WAY..!! :P

  12. anonymous
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    \[(a^n)^m = (a)^{n \times m}\]

  13. anonymous
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    \[(12^{-5})^2 = (12)^{-5 \times 2} = (-12)^{-10}\]

  14. anonymous
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    THX

  15. anonymous
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    I have done nothing yet. Your question is still incomplete. It does not make sense..

  16. anonymous
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    yes it does

  17. anonymous
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    i have %100 now thank you soo much ;)

  18. anonymous
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    And that is \(12\) not \(-12\) there at last..

  19. NotTim
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    Darn no idea fer me....

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