(10^6)=10^-18

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(10^6)=10^-18

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\[\huge\rm (10^6)^{??}=10^{-18}\] like this
yes
exponent rule \[\huge\rm (x^m)^n=x^{m \times n}\]

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is it 12 do I add?
no you should multiply don't add
6times-18?
no you should get -18 as a result so what would you multiply by 6 to get -18
-22
6 times -24 =18 I don't know how to get negative
let's say missing exponent is x \[\huge\rm (10^6)^{x}=10^{-18}\] multiply the exponents \[\huge\rm 10^{6x}=10^{-18}\] bases are the same you cancel them out then solve for x
what 6 times -24 = `18` ?
im confused
6 times -24 isn't equal to 18
6 times what = -18 ?
I really don't know because im getting positives
oaky how did you get positive ?
6 is positive so positive times negative = negative thas means 2nd exponent suppose to be negative
I did 6 times -24 =18
okay 6 times -24 isn't equal to 18
6 times 24 would be greater than 100
so I am confused
what two number would you multiply to get 18 ?
6 3
6 times 3 = 18 right but we need -18
remember negative times positive = negative
-6 times 3
\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @narissa (10^6)=10^-18 \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\) 6 is already in the question which is positive you can't change their question
-3
yes right
yaaaa thanks
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