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Simplifying division question with exponents
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Jun 25, 2012 5:29 PM



Quechua
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Re: Simplifying division question with exponents
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Mar 28, 2012 2:25 AM


> How would I simplify this: > > 10x^6 / (a^7b)^0 > > * ^ means to the power of > * / indicates division
The denominator is raised to the power 0, so the value of the denominator equals 1. [anything to the 0 power equals 1]
So 10x^6 / (a^7b)^0 = 10x^6/1 = 10x^6
For more information on simplifying exponents go to this website: http://www.onlinemathtutors.org/exponents/



