Yes. When you divide one variable with an exponent from another, you subtract the exponents
You subtract the exponents. N30 - N1 = N30 - 1 = N29.You subtract the exponents. N30 - N1 = N30 - 1 = N29.You subtract the exponents. N30 - N1 = N30 - 1 = N29.You subtract the exponents. N30 - N1 = N30 - 1 = N29.
When multiplying numbers with exponents, you add the exponents.
When multiplying something with exponents, you add it. When dividing something with exponents, you subtract it.
you do not do anything when you add numbers with exponents. you just figure out the answer. it is only if you multiply numbers with exponents, where you add the exponents..
nothing, keep the exponents the same, remember you can only add or subtract when the exponents are the same
You can't. You can only subtract like terms. Like terms must have exactly the same variables and exponents on the variables.
When dividing numbers with exponents, subtract the bottom exponent from the top exponent.
You do not. The exponent is only subtracted in division.
when dividing the same variable or constant with exponents, subtract the exponents. EX: x6 / x4 = x2
No you add them if the bases are the same.
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You subtract the exponent of the denominator from that of the numerator.
If the bases are the same then for division subtract the exponents to find the quotient
When dividing numbers (or variables) subtract the exponents. Remember, an exponent indicates a kind of multiplication, it is the number of times that a number is multiplied by itself. If you are dividing by that same number, then clearly you are multiplying it by itself a fewer number of times. Division is the inverse function of multiplication.
if you divide a number with exponents bye a number with exponents you subtract the exponents. For example A^6 / A^4 = A^2 We get this because A^6 is A*A*A*A*A*A over A*A*A*A The four A's cancel out four of the A's on top so you are left with two A's so the answer is A^2
i guess u subtract the exponents
You subtract the exponent of the divisor from that of the dividend.
When you subtract it from a bigger exponent of another number by dividing two numbers with exponents.
10^4 * 10^7 = 10^11 When multiplying exponents with the same base (in this case, 10), you add the exponents (4+7). If you were dividing, you'd subtract the exponents.
When multiplying exponents with the same base add them: x^3*x^2 = x^5 When dividing exponents with the same base subtract them: x^3/x^2 = x^1 or x