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Q: When there are 2 exponent question what do you do to the exponents if the base is different?

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base x base result x Exponent

11 = 1

If you have a power, the "base" is the large number to the left; the "exponent" is the raised (and smaller) number to the right.

If you have the same base on both of the exponents that you are dividing, all you have to do is subtract the exponent. For example if I have a problem like: 66/ 63, your answer will be 63.

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what is 29's exponent and base

base x base result x Exponent

The answer depends on the base of the exponent.

when two numbers are multiplied together that are exponents you multiply the bases amd add the exponents the relationship would simply be that the product exponents are the sum of the exponents being multiplied in the question

Negative exponents are used to represent 1 divided by an a base to a specific exponent.

If you mean ' "When" do you add exponents? ' then the answer is when the same base of equal or different exponents is multiplied. in other words, when you hav "3 exponent 3 times 4 exponent 5 " you can't add the exponents because the bases (3 and 4) aren't the same.

11 = 1

It is the base raised to the exponent used in the numerator minus the exponent for the denominator. That is, a^x / a^y = a^(x-y)

The exponent tells how many times the base is used as a factor.

If you have a power, the "base" is the large number to the left; the "exponent" is the raised (and smaller) number to the right.

it is a number on the top right of the number which shows how many times to multiply the base by itself. for example: 23=2x2x2 2 is the base, 3 is the exponent.

The exponent of the base is a step to solve the problems now the exponent of the product will also adjust a step to solve the equation but it contains more cooperative need.

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