## anonymous one year ago I really need help with this question ;_; What is the missing exponent? (10^6) = 10 ^-18

1. Nnesha

$\huge\rm (x^m)^n = x^{m \times n}$ let's say missing exponent is x $\huge\rm (10^6)^x =10^{-18}$

2. Nnesha

multiply the exponents let's say missing exponent is x $\huge\rm \huge\rm (10^6)^x =10^{-18}$ $\huge\rm 10^{6 \times x}=10^{-18}$ bases are the same so you cancel them ot then solve for x in other words what would you multiply with 6 yo get -18

3. Nnesha

to get*

4. anonymous

-3 @Nnesha

5. Nnesha

yep

6. anonymous

Thank you! <3

7. Nnesha

$\huge\rm \cancel{10}^{6 \times x}=\cancel{10}^{-18}$ $6x=-18$ solve for x divide both sides by 6 you will get the answer

8. Nnesha

my pleasure :=) welcome to open study!

9. anonymous

Thanks ^-^

10. Nnesha

o^_^oyw