• anonymous
Simplify each exponential expression using the appropriate rule of exponents (7 (123456.789)^4)^0
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  • campbell_st
well this is the power of a power law which means the outer most power ), operates on each part of the term in the brackets. and the rule is multiply the powers \[(ab^n)^m = a^m \times b^{n \times m}\] then you need to know about the power of zero which is anything to a power of zero is equal to 1. \[x^0 = 1\] hope it helps
  • anonymous
so all of this equals zero?
  • anonymous
1* i mean

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