What is the missing exponent? (6^ ?)-4 = 620

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What is the missing exponent? (6^ ?)-4 = 620

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\[\huge\rm (6^{??})^{-4}\] \[\huge\rm (x^m)^n=x^{m \times n}\]
is this right \[\huge\rm (6^{??})^{-4}=6^{20}\] ??
Yes Is it -5
why ?? what you should with the exponents to get 20 ?
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oh um subtract
Why did you pick -5 ?? i just wanna know you understand the concept
umm i did it wrong sorry I did -4 * -5 and got 20 That's so wrong im sorry i was just trying
that's perfect!
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OMG!!! can't believe i'm right!!!
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or you can solve for x look at yommbf drawing |dw:1439933075503:dw| bases are same so you can cancel them out and then solve for
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