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What part is confusing you?

every part...

1st write those exponents rules on a piece of paper(or notebook)!!!!!!!!PLEASE!!!

ok

done

no.

huh i meant done as in im done writing them down

did you write all of them just in 2 minutes ?

yes i did ill show u

nice
and then answer his/her question ^^^^
he/she will help you
good luck!

PLease excuse my handwriting

looks good.

umm i guess she meant u had to help me @Calcmathlete

*thinking* -I'm to stupid for her-

yes

u did 2*2*2 which = 8 and then 2*2 which = 4 then u multiplied them and got 32

yes

so would u subtract the exponents now or just multiply to get -40

so 6

In other words, \(\large{\frac{9^8}{9^6}=9^{?}}\)

umm do i just use the exponents like 8-6 or something

cuz thats 2 so that means its c

Yes. You're dividing, so you subtract the exponents. And yes, it is C. Good job.

Yay tysm!!!

I have 1 more question could u help me with it in a new post?

Sure.