# algebra

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Simplify each expression. Assume all variables represent
nonzero real numbers.

-40^0- 30^0

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Since a⁰ = 1 for all 0<a<∞,
-40^0- 30^0
= -(40^0+30^0)
= -(1+1)
= -2

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a2 c-4

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