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- kittiwitti1

Exponents of zero have value 1:\[n^{0}=1\]Exponents of 1 doesn't actually mean anything because it's the number itself:\[n^{1}=n\]Negative exponents means this:\[n^{-1}=\frac{1}{n^{1}}\]

- kittiwitti1

So, what answers did you get from what I just said? :p

- anonymous

idk ;(

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- anonymous

i need help idk how to get the ANSWERS

- kittiwitti1

>_> ... Apply what I said to the equations... n is an example number...

- kittiwitti1

@pooja195 x_x

- anonymous

IDK

- kittiwitti1

=_=... First question I will do to show you... 11^0 is in n^0 format:\[11^{0}\rightarrow n^{0}\]\[n^{0}=1\rightarrow11^{0}=1\]

- anonymous

idk how to do that >->

- anonymous

im being honest

- kittiwitti1

In first question 11 is the n.
In second question -49 is the n.
In third question 0 is the n.
In fourth question, 7 is n.

- anonymous

wait 2 is b?!

- kittiwitti1

No. #2 is not B.

- anonymous

wait explain to m how i can find the answers

- anonymous

*Sits up str8*

- kittiwitti1

D: I already explained to you!! > <

- anonymous

D;

- pooja195

@XEnt appreciate the help you are given @kittiwitti1 has already explained to you. If you don't understand it still then i think you need to talk to your teacher.

- kittiwitti1

Thank you @pooja195 x_x

- anonymous

D: my teacher got ran over by a train im getting a replacement monday

- anonymous

XOX

- kittiwitti1

. . .

- kittiwitti1

I hope you didn't push him. :p

- anonymous

its a girl -___-

- pooja195

lol xD
ok any base that has an exponent of 0 results in 1

- pooja195

therefore 11^0=1

- anonymous

3= 3

- pooja195

Are you trolling???

- anonymous

3=C

- kittiwitti1

OH so you had a lover's spat with the professor and you pushed her and she fell in front of the train!! You muderer!! D:

- anonymous

Murderer*

- pooja195

@XEnt really? Stop trolling.

- anonymous

can we stay professionnal here?

- anonymous

im not trolling...

- anonymous

im trying to solve this equation

- anonymous

._,

- kittiwitti1

Murderer*
I'm sorry but you killed someone I must take you into custody now :\

- anonymous

;/

- anonymous

please stop

- anonymous

can we work on this problem >_

- anonymous

please

- kittiwitti1

Please take answering these problems seriously. :]
Okay. \[n^{0}=1\]\[\text{if n=11, what is }n^{0}?\]

- anonymous

11^0

- anonymous

;D

- kittiwitti1

Okay now solve that.\[11^{0}=?\]

- anonymous

11?

- anonymous

>_<

- kittiwitti1

._ .
How...
\[n^{0}=1\]\[\text{if n=11... }11^{0}=n^{0}=?\]

- anonymous

>_< im trying but i just doont know ;(

- kittiwitti1

Solve the question I gave you 28 seconds ago

- pooja195

ok any base that has an exponent of 0 results in 1 therefore 11^0=1 <= #1
(-49)^1 translates to -49 x 1 so what is -49 x 1 =? <=#2
0^1 = 0 x 0 = ? <=#3
#4=>For this you want to make the exponent positive so you want to make it a fraction like this :
|dw:1442547582413:dw|
We need to bring down the exponent to make it positive like this
|dw:1442547654998:dw|
So whats 7 x 7
This is all the help im offering you take it or leave it is up to you.

- anonymous

11^0 =1 =?

- kittiwitti1

Take off the "=?" and you got your answer ^^

- anonymous

7 x 7 49 ezzz

- anonymous

11^1 :D?

- pooja195

Im gonna let @kittiwitti1 finish it since she started :)

- anonymous

wait wtf how does this relate to my question?

- kittiwitti1

No, 11^0*=1. Anything with 0 as exponent is 1.

- anonymous

so is this a answer choice?

- kittiwitti1

It has 0 as exponent right?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

11^0 = 1 i been knew that ;-;

- kittiwitti1

... Now I take you into jail for murdering your professor. >.>

- anonymous

>_>

- anonymous

skype?

- anonymous

kitti you got skype>

- anonymous

?

- kittiwitti1

JOKING XD
Anyway next problem has 1 as exponent. It just means the number itself.

- anonymous

is 2 is D -49? ;D

- kittiwitti1

Yes :]

- anonymous

;)

- kittiwitti1

#3 is same idea. What answer did you get/

- anonymous

b ;D

- anonymous

*Gets it wrong*

- kittiwitti1

No it's right XD
Okay and #4?

- anonymous

C ;D

- kittiwitti1

Yesss
Look you succeeded!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! -throw confetti!- :D

- anonymous

*Stares O_O*

- anonymous

;D more?

- kittiwitti1

But you still going to jail for killing your professor. >_>

- anonymous

>_<

- kittiwitti1

Hehe... joke
No sorry I gotta go now, maybe ask someone else :p

- anonymous

;o

- anonymous

pooja?

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