Spring98
  • Spring98
What is p^–m ÷ p^n equal to?
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♪Chibiterasu
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When you divide with exponents, you subtract the exponents.
♪Chibiterasu
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Adding the exponents is when multiplying.
♪Chibiterasu
  • ♪Chibiterasu
Since we have no values, just keep the variables and subtract the exponents.

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zzr0ck3r
  • zzr0ck3r
\(\dfrac{a^b}{a^c}=a^{b-c}=\dfrac{1}{a^{c-b}}\)
Spring98
  • Spring98
p^–m ^– n
Spring98
  • Spring98
so is it that?
Spring98
  • Spring98
@zzr0ck3r
♪Chibiterasu
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No, just subtract the exponents.
♪Chibiterasu
  • ♪Chibiterasu
Don't use n as an exponent for m.
♪Chibiterasu
  • ♪Chibiterasu
It's all going to be one exponent.
Spring98
  • Spring98
you confuse me

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