What is the missing exponent?

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\[\huge\rm (x^m)^n = x^{m \times n}\] m and n are exponents \[\huge\rm \frac{ (12^{-5} )^2}{ 12^{-4} }\] first deal with the numerator \[(12^{-5})^2 = ???\]
12^-5*2
-10 is the missing exponent?
I have to go plz help quickly 2 min only!!!
no we still have 12^{-4} in the denominator \[\frac{ 12^{-10} }{ 12^{-4} }\]
which one is missing ? i don't see any missing on the screenshot
=12^?
\[\huge\rm \frac{ 12^{-10} }{ 12^{-4} }=12^{???}\] apply the negative exponent rule
hmmm
we just did it on the previous post
i forget easily
something wrong with my brain
\[\huge\rm \frac{ x^m }{ x^{-n} }\]here nothing wrong with ur brain it's MATH so u need notebook an a pencil to write these down
you can't understand by just LOOKING at it :)
actually i DO forget easily and there is something wrong with my memory.
ok.
\[\huge\rm \frac{ 12^{-10} }{ 12^{-4} }=12^{???}\] move the -4 exponent to the top
12^-10*-4
not multiplication sign but good \[\huge\rm 12^{-10-(-4)}\]
-14?
no
14
-1 times (-4) = ?? \[\huge\rm 12^{-10\color{Red}{-(-4)}}\]distribute parentheses by negative 1
4
CONFUSED
yes right now add
you really need to watch some video on it write exponent rules on your NOTEBOOK1!!
6 or -6
\[\huge\rm 12^{-10+4}\] You tell me 6 or -6 ? -10+4 ?
-6
so the missing exponent is -6?
yes right
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