algebra
posted by ihatematha .
What is x to the 7th power divided by x to the 6th power?

x^7/x^6 = x
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

7th grade PreAlgebra
Using the definition, 10(to the negative sixth power) = 1/10to the six power and x(negative2) = 1/xto the second power The definition also shows that 1/10to the six power = 10to the negative 6th power and 1/xto the 2nd power = x(negative2) … 
8th grade Math
I'm actually in 7th grade, but I'm doing 8th grade prealgebra, but anyway, here: I'm supposed to simplify these four problems and I don't really understand how: 28s (15 power) ____ 42s (12 power) 4m+(n[7th power]m) 63m(5 power)n(6 … 
math
find the greatest common factor and simplify your answer. 4v to the 7th power y to the 9th power and 16v to the 6th power x to the 8th power y to the 5th power. 
math
simplify, 4v to the 7th power y to the 9th power and 16v to the 6th power x to the 8th power y to the 5th power. 
math
4v to the 7th power y to the 9th power and 16v to the 6th power x to the 8th power y to the 5th power 
math
16b to the 8th power + 40b to the 7th power + 25b to the 6th power 
Algebra
simplify 9to 6th power times 3 to the 7th power all over 9 to the 8th power times 3 to the 6th power 
algebra
9.6*10 to the 7th power divided by 1.5 *10 negetive squared. i was working this problem out and i was thinking it would be 6.4*10 by the 5th power. 
math help pls pls pls
Choose the correct simplification of the expression the quantity a to the 2nd power over b to the 3rd power all raised to the 4th power. A. a to the 6th power over b to the 7th power B. b^12 C. a^8b^15 D. the quantity a to the 8th … 
8th grade mathexponents
I can't quite write the problem, so I'll try to explain it as best I can. In exponents and in fractions... (X/2) to the 3rd power times (X/2) to the 4th power...all over,or divided by, (X/2 to the 3rd power) to the 2nd power. The book …