Math 9
posted by Molly .
use exponent rules to simplify. Write as a single power, don't need to find the value.
[ (11/20)^4 x (11/20)^8]^5
and (11/20)^6
you cant leave an number to the power of a negative exponent. You have to change it like this ex : 2^3 = 1/2^3 = 1/8
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