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Question 994459: 8 to third power over 8 to the 7 power equals
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Question 994458: 8 to the third power over 8 to the seventh power equals
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Question 994242: What is 14 to the zero power?
Found 2 solutions by MathTherapy, Alan3354: Answer by MathTherapy(4047) (Show Source):
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What is 14 to the zero power?
Any expression (number included) to the zero (0) power, with the EXCEPTION of zero (0) equals 1, OR
Answer by Alan3354(47455) (Show Source):
Question 993945: How can you use 2 3 4 and  x ➗ to get the answer 6
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Question 993483: How do I simplify (51) to the power of 2 minus (65) to the power of 3? :)
Answer by solver91311(20879) (Show Source):
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Do the arithmetic indicated inside of the parentheses. Raise the resulting quantities to the indicated powers, and then sum the two terms.
John
My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it
Question 992978: Simplify (x^6)^2
Write your answer without using negative exponents.
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Question 992818: How do I solve 64 2/3
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Question 992519: how do you rewrite x^6 times y^2 times x^4 using each base only once
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Question 992361: Solve this equation!
(x3)^3/2 = 8
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Question 991769: X+4=3/4
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Question 991477: simplify 5 exponent 2 divided by 4 exponent 6
Answer by Theo(5548) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! 5^2 / 4^6 = (1/5^2) / (4^6) = (1/5^2) * (1/4^6) = 1 / (5^2 * 4^6).
i believe that's as simple as it gets without actually evaluating 5^2 = 25 and 4^2 = 4096 and then multiplying 25 * 4096 to get 1/102400.
Question 991464: 2a+6=27
Answer by jim_thompson5910(33401) (Show Source):
Question 991375: Write 0.6 in exponent form
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Question 991373: Please help, i do not understand this
Multiply and simplify completely, including the elimination of all negative exponents:
(3x^5)/(4y^10) (4^4y^7)/(3^3X^9)
Enter your answers for the numerator and denominator separately in the boxes below.
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Question 990844: 4x raised to the power negative 2/(divided) by (4) raised to the power negative 2
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Question 990285: 1/243
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Question 990188: 3/4x2/3y=2
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Question 989279: 19/12=7/2b+1/3b
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Question 988479: use two unit multipliers to convert 10000 inches to miles
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Question 987016: What is 81;base 9?
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Question 986978: It has been a long time since I've done this and need to help my son with his homework. Could you please work this problem out step by step, so that I can make sure I'm doing this correctly??? I would really appreciate it. Thankyou!!!
SOLVE:
2/3X = 12
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Question 986805: How do you solve 451(3*2)exponent 4
Ive tried the two ways i know but it keeps telling me Na
Help
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Question 986628: What is 5/3 as a whole number?
Needing to find out the whole number for negative five thirds?
Please and thanks in advance :)
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Question 985892: Okay so I'm trying to figure out how to evaluate this expression. 9^3 • 9^5 over 9^2 all to the negative half power.
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Question 985797: 5/9X=45
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Question 984972: square root of (y2  x)
or
1/2 power of (y2  x)
Found 2 solutions by Alan3354, Boreal: Answer by Alan3354(47455) (Show Source): Answer by Boreal(1464) (Show Source):
Question 984832: Express in the form where p and q are rational numbers.
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Question 984834: Solve the following equation: Sqrt14x=sqrtx4+sqrtx1
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Question 984838: Find the 35th term of an A.P whose first term is 6 and common difference is 3/2
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Question 984657: What number is halfway between 5 and 7?
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Question 984583: I need to simplify
(10vy^5+2v^4)/(2v^2w^3)
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Question 983653: How do I solve(fraction ) 1/3x to the power of 2
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Question 982696: quantitative comparison
t is an integer
COl A: 1/1+2^t
COL B: 1/1+3^t
Is it correct to say you cannot determine which is larger without additional information.
My reasoning is if t is positive, the col a is larger. and if t is negative, the col b is larger.
Is this correct? Am I missing anything? Please explain. Thanks! :)
Answer by jim_thompson5910(33401) (Show Source):
Question 981274: please solve x in the equation , x^2x12 equals 0
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Question 981053: Hi appreciated math tutors.
I am not sure how to solve the following problem, it reads:
A piece of notebook paper is about .0032 inch thick. If you begin with a stack consisting of a single sheet and double the stack 25 times, how tall will the stack be in inches? HINT: Write and solve an exponential equation to find the height of the stack in inches.
I tried to solve the problem by multiplying .0032 by two and raising this product to the 25th power, but it comes out to be a very small negative number. Of curse, a negative answer is not correct. Please demonstrate how to solve and if an inverse is taken, please explain why if possible. Thank you!
Answer by Alan3354(47455) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! A piece of notebook paper is about .0032 inch thick. If you begin with a stack consisting of a single sheet and double the stack 25 times, how tall will the stack be in inches? HINT: Write and solve an exponential equation to find the height of the stack in inches.
I tried to solve the problem by multiplying .0032 by two and raising this product to the 25th power, but it comes out to be a very small negative number.

If you fold it once, it's 0.0064 thick.
Twice, it's 0.0128 thick, etc

Height = 0.0032*2^25
= 0.0032*33554432 inches
= 107374.1824 inches

=~ 1.695 miles
Question 978959: What is the square root of 1446
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Question 977404: 8x^2 /x^2 y^2 * (4xy^2)^1 /x^2 y
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Question 977398: Simplify (3x^2 y^0)^3
no negative exponents allowed in final answer.
Please help with this question and explain it thoroughly because i have to do lots of problems like this and I need a bit of briefing before I do them. Thank you :)
PS: y is separated from the 2
Found 2 solutions by rothauserc, Fombitz: Answer by rothauserc(2272) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! (3x^2 y^0)^3 =
(3x^2)^3
note that y^0 = 1
(3x^2)^3 =
3^3 *x^6
multiply exponents inside parenthesis by 3
3^3 *x^6 =
x^6 / 3^3 =
x^6 / 27
Answer by Fombitz(25151) (Show Source):
Question 975824: Add 2/5 + 7/12
Answer by Alan3354(47455) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! Add 2/5 + 7/12

Find a common denominator.
The product always works.
5*12 = 60

2/5 + 7/12 = 24/60 + 35/60
= 11/60
Question 975371: help me please:) i can't get the right answer for this rational exponent...
Answer by Boreal(1464) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! As written above, it is the numerator with no exponent (1 is implied) over 5.
If it is raised to the onefifth power, then you multiply the exponents.
32 * n* p^2
example (32^5)^(1/5)=32^1 or 32.
(p^10)^(1/5)=p^2.
Question 975368: .i truly need help,will someone please solve this for me:)
x to the power of negative one half times the exponent of negative two.
Answer by Alan3354(47455) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! x to the power of negative one half times the exponent of negative two.
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Not clear what you mean.
What is "squared of 1/2 ?"

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