Which expression is equivalent to 54 ⋅ 5–6? 5–10 56 fraction 1 over 5 to the power 2 fraction 1 over 5 to the power negative10

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Which expression is equivalent to 54 ⋅ 5–6? 5–10 56 fraction 1 over 5 to the power 2 fraction 1 over 5 to the power negative10

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rule of exponents: a^b/a^c = a^(b-c)

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is that \[54\cdot 5^{-6}\]
or \[5^4\cdot 5^{-6}\]?
I'm guessing the latter
I'm a bit confused by the question is it |dw:1433799168849:dw|
Yea the second one u drew @whpalmer4
oh, yeah, it must be \[5^4 * 5^{-6}\] okay, so rules of exponents, if you multiply two exponents with the same base, \[b^m*b^n = b^{m+n}\]
here you have \[5^4*5^{-6} = 5^{4+(-6)} =\]
I think B
B is \[5^6\]right?
what does \[ 4 + (-6) = \]
-2
And yes it is
U there do you know the answer?
I have 1 more question by the way
Do you know the answer @welshfella
so \[5^{-2}\]but does that appear in your answer choices?
here's another property of exponents: \[b^{-n} = \frac{1}{b^n}\]
So ok its C
yes. \[5^{-2} = \frac{1}{5^2}\]

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