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8.f2 ∙ f4
A. (2f)^8
B. (2f)^6
C. F^8
D. F^6

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  1. 10.X^11/x^4
    A. X^7
    B. X^15
    C. X^44
    D.x 11/4

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  2. just normal indices rule
    a^b/a^a=a^(b-a)
    with that hint
    play around with your question

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    posted by collins
  3. I'm not sure

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  4. 125 · 5=?

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  5. can,t you do normal multiplication?
    you should be able to do that

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    posted by collins
  6. Yay I can

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  7. or you mean
    since
    a^b.a^a=a^b+a
    then
    5^3.5^1=?

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    posted by collins
  8. first of all get your notation straight. Use ^ for exponents. Second follow the rule that Collins gave you (sort of):
    a^b/a^c=a^(b-c)
    and
    a^b a^c = a^(b+c)

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    posted by Damon
  9. f^8..easy

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    posted by Shainil

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