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is3535

  • one year ago

help me

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  1. anonymous
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    yes you need help?

  2. KJSaif
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    ok

  3. is3535
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    What is the missing value?

  4. is3535
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    |dw:1442006504720:dw|

  5. anonymous
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    You should use the Equation feature rather than the drawing..

  6. is3535
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    i got 3

  7. anonymous
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    but ok when the base is the same in calculating exponents, you can divide by subtracting the powers. For example, \[\frac{ 5^4 }{ 5^2} = 5^2\]

  8. anonymous
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    oh yes 3 is right

  9. is3535
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    i need more help

  10. anonymous
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    sure

  11. is3535
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    What is the missing exponent? (106) = 10 -18

  12. anonymous
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    Can you use the equation button? ^ would give you an exponent.

  13. is3535
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    \[(10^6 ) =10^\]

  14. is3535
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    18

  15. is3535
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    @nonon

  16. is3535
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    @Mehek14

  17. anonymous
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    I'm sorry I still don't understand the question.

  18. is3535
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  19. is3535
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    (10^6) = 10^18

  20. is3535
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    What is the missing exponent?

  21. is3535
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    @nonon

  22. anonymous
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    |dw:1442007075770:dw| ooh now I get it is this it?

  23. is3535
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    yea that its

  24. anonymous
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    what times 6 is 18?

  25. is3535
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    108

  26. anonymous
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    no, 6 * something = 18. What's something?

  27. is3535
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    3

  28. anonymous
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    yes yes yes you can multiply when exponents are raised to an exponent

  29. is3535
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    so 3 is my answer

  30. anonymous
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    yea

  31. is3535
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    2 more

  32. is3535
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    |dw:1442007421548:dw|

  33. is3535
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    @nonon

  34. is3535
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    @nonon

  35. is3535
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  36. is3535
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  37. is3535
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    i got 5^-12

  38. anonymous
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    first, let's do the numerator. Add the powers for multiplication of same base. 5^-6 * 5^2 = 5^?

  39. anonymous
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    (-6+2) - (-8) = -4 + 8 = 4 so 5^4

  40. is3535
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    that my answer

  41. anonymous
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    yes \[5^4\]

  42. is3535
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  43. is3535
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    5^8/(5^-4)^-3=5

  44. is3535
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    ill go with 40

  45. anonymous
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    8-(-4*-3) = 8-12 = -4 \[5^{-4}\]

  46. is3535
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    so -4 is my answer

  47. anonymous
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    yes

  48. is3535
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    ok ty i fan you

  49. is3535
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    bye

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