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\[2^{6}\times2^{-3}\div2^{10}\div2^{-8}\]

don't use calculator. you will not get decimal answer.

I'm not which means I must be doing something wrong

ohh nvm then show your work please
don't even touch the base just move around the exponents

\[\huge\rm \frac{ x^{-m} }{ 1 }=\frac{ 1 }{ x^m }\]

are we talking about an imaginary base under the entire problem ? sorry

imaginary base ??? :o

NO

refer to the initial post showing the actual problem

okay what about the division ? my results now come back to 1^1

alright \[\rm \color{Red}{2^6 \times 2^{-3} }\div 2^{10} \div 2^{-8}\]

Yes

same thing. :=)
solve the red part first

okay than divide from left to right subtracting the exponents right?

okay so my new answer is 4^{27}

4^27

how did you get 4 ?

there is nothing wrong with decimals

2X2

just play with the exponents don't even touch the base

So leave the base and add and subtract the exponents? new answer\[2^{-36}\]

correction sorry wrong numbers

2^21 final answer

okay so my results should be 2^-15

how did you get -15 ?

okay I first did 6+-3= 3
than I did 10- -8= 18
3-18=-15?

\[\huge\rm \frac{ 2^{3+(-10)} }{ 2^{-8}}\] try to solve now!

2^1? final answer,
I did 3+-10= -7
than -7 - -8= 1
2^1

YAYAY!!

Really I though I got it wrong waohh

but how did we went from the original problem to this?

final one?

sure sure \[\huge\rm \frac{\frac{ 3^6 \times 3^7 }{ 3^4} }{ 3^{-5} }\]

give me a sec to resolve thanks

so why we can't leave the negative exponent when it says `simplify`

:=)

actually sometimes we could , depends on the answer choices :P haha

if you need extra help you can use this site
https://mathway.com/

thanks pinkiepug I will

your welcome ^.^

okay here is my answer and problem|dw:1440395883759:dw|

uh-oh |dw:1440395977961:dw| mistake

? humm

it should be 13-4 = 9

\(\huge\color{green}{\checkmark}\)

than 9- (-5)= 14

final answer 3^14

perfect! great job!

i'm sooooooooooooooo sleepy
gtg bye! good luck!

thank you so much have a good night and week

my pleasure /same to u!