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  1. anonymous
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    http://gyazo.com/2d4df45163bed58152843fd327c12962

  2. anonymous
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    @phi @Abhisar @ganeshie8

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  4. Nnesha
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    1st option bases are same so when you multiply them , would you add their exponents or multiply them ?

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    ello ? questions ?

  6. anonymous
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    so its a right?

  7. Mehek14
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    no it is not A

  8. Mehek14
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    \(Same~Base \rightarrow {add~exponents}\)

  9. Mehek14
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    in A, both bases are \(\dfrac{1}{5}\)

  10. Mehek14
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    so the exponents 2 and 6 would be added

  11. Mehek14
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    moving on to B \(Division\rightarrow{subtract~exponents}\)

  12. Mehek14
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    in C you have the same base again so the exponents would be added

  13. Mehek14
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    and in D, you would multiply the exponents \((2^6)^{*-5}\)

  14. anonymous
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    so its d

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