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Medal please help quick.

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  1. DARTHVADER2900
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  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. DARTHVADER2900
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    I posted it @theevilgenius_

  4. anonymous
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    -5 and 2 should be multiplied. By rule of exponents. Then, when you get -10, minus it by -4.

  5. anonymous
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    only look at the powers

  6. DARTHVADER2900
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    6

  7. anonymous
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    -10 - (-4) = -6

  8. DARTHVADER2900
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    Right, -6

  9. DARTHVADER2900
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    What do I do next?

  10. anonymous
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    so 12^-6

  11. DARTHVADER2900
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    Oh, thank you @nonon

  12. anonymous
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    for exponents, if the base is same, division can be subtracted. and when it's (base^a)^b like in the problem, multiply.

  13. DARTHVADER2900
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    Thank you so much!!

  14. anonymous
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    you're welcome :D

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