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Evaluate the following expressions:

a. 11^0
b. 11^2 / 11^2
c. are the answers to parts a and b the same? Explain why or why not?
Can i get a answer please im stuck

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No, but someone might check YOUR ANSWER if you post something that isn't a complete guess.

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Bye definition a^0 = 1 for any value of "a" not equal to zero.

Using the rules of exponents,
11^2 / 11^2 = 1
because any non-zero real number divided by itself is 1

Draw you conclusion and write up your explanation

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For the a
the answer equals 1 cuz any number raised to the power of zero is one
b. 11"2/11'2=1

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