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Have you learnt the laws of exponents?
a little but i am very bad at it

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When dividing you subtract exponents
http://www.rapidtables.com/math/number/exponent.htm
\[\frac{ a ^{n} }{ a^{m} }=a ^{n-m}\]
ya but i dont under stand how to do it when it is n a fraction form
use my equation that i just wrote
what is a in your example? Its the base number. I.e a
n=7 m=3
s do i add 7 and 3
*so
\[\frac{ a ^{n} }{ a^{m} }=a ^{n-m}\]
what are we doing to the exponents on the RHS of the equation?
just plug your numbers into the formula
i am not sure
you are subtracting
7-3 so 4
a
yes...a^4
now can u check this one \[3^{2} * 3^{5} * 3^{-3}\] is it 81 and what is a,b,c,d
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is it b
when you are multiplying exponents with the same base, you add the exponents
so add the exponents.......2 + 5 + (-3)
yes...your correct...it is b
one more plz

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