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Start with this: Combine a's together, and combine b's together in the denominator. When you multiply powers with the same base, add the exponents.
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Is that right or not
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Don't multiply exponents. In this case you need to add them.
I put the a's together and the b's together to make it easier to understand which exponents need to be added together. |dw:1440126038498:dw|
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Great.
Now here is the next step. A negative exponent in the numerator is a positive exponent in the denominator. A negative exponent in the denominator is a positive exponent in the numerator.
Now we have this, right? |dw:1440126329963:dw|
Yes so then my next step would be to add the a on top with the a on bottom???
Now we move the a with the negative exponent from the numerator to the denominator by making the exponent positive.
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We moved the a with the negative exponent in the numerator to the denominator by making the exponent positive. Once we had a^4 in the denominator, we were able to multiply it by a^8 to get a^12 in the denominator.
We still have a negative exponent. It's the b^-6 in the denominator. We move b^-6 to the numerator by making the exponent positive.
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Ok so far?
Yeah. so now do we multiply the 4 and the 6 or add
When you raise a fraction to a power, raise the numerator to the power and raise the denominator to the power.
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In the numerator, you need to raise a power to a power, so multiply the exponents.
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In the denominator, we are raising a product to a power, so we raise each factor to that power.
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b^24/16a^48
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You got it. Great job!
Finally i thought i would never get it
Keep working at it and you'll get it!

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