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Topic: Simplifying division question with exponents
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baset, abdul

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Re: Simplifying division question with exponents
Posted: Jun 25, 2012 5:29 PM
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since, according to the rules of exponent, x^o=1, here x can be any number,variable. so, the denominator will be 1.
The numerator is -10^6, means 1 will be followed by 6 0(zero).so the result is -1000000.



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