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Ah ok, thank you!
That is correct!
Thanks bobbym
You can use codecogs to latex that expression correctly.
{3^3*5^3} over {3^2*5^2} rightarrow {3*5} rightarrow =15
Evaluate Bob
Actually, I was able to prove to myself that without brackets my answer would always be negative, no matter what. (which was the reason why I started this topic)
Yes, that looks ok to me.
2^6 /1^5 * 2^5
Do you want to know how to use but when one of the xs is replaced by x So it will depend on whether n is odd or even. odd means result will be minus. even means result will be plus. Bob
I don't think I made it clear what I wanted, the way you showed it to me bob, that I know. But I'm talking about the rules of exponenets. ex :
hi AlAllo As it happens you would get the same result if you did (2)^5 So here is a similar example where the denominator has an even power Whereas Bob
Hi;
And why would it be that way ?
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Without the brackets the minus sign stays. 