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# What is (9)(9) in exponents?

Updated: 10/4/2021 Wiki User

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A negative exponent is simply the reciprocal of the positive equivalent.

For example 3-2 = 1/32 = 1/9 Deon Jast

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99 = 32*11

32 x 11 = 99

### What is the prime factorization of 99 using exponents?

It is: 32*111 = 99

3^34*22^1

### Why is 198 the least common multiple of 99 and 18?

Prime factors of 99 in exponents: 32 and 11 Prime factors of 18 in exponents: 2 and 32 Mutiply all the highest prime factors: 2*32*11 = 198 which is the least common multiple of 99 and 18

### What is the prime factorization of 99 with the use of exponents when repeated factors appear?

99 = 32*1199 = 32*1199 = 32*1199 = 32*11

### When adding numbers with exponents do you add or subtract the exponents?

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..

### When adding numbers with fraction exponents do you add the exponents?

Fractional exponents follow the same rules as integral exponents. Integral exponents are numbers raised to an integer power.