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### Example Question #34 : Review And Other Topics

Simplfy:

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Treat this with regular exponent rules.

### Example Question #35 : Review And Other Topics

Simplify:

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The answer is not present.

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### Example Question #1 : Real Exponents

Simplify the following expression.

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When multiplying exponential, the exponents always add. While the 2 in the front of the first exponential might throw you off, you may disregard it initially.

Which simplifies to

Our final answer is

### Example Question #1 : Real Exponents

Simplify the following expression:

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First, we need to simplify the numerator. First term, can be simplified to . Plugging this back into the numerator, we get

, which simplifies to . Plugging this back into the original equation gives us

, which is simply .

### Example Question #2 : Real Exponents

Solve for :

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When like bases with exponents are multiplied, the value of the product's exponent is the sum of both original exponents as shown here:

We can use this common rule to solve for in the practice problem:

### Example Question #4 : Real Exponents

Solve for :

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The product of dividing like bases with exponents is the difference of the numerator and denominator exponents. This is a common rule when working with rational exponents:

We can use this common rule to solve for :

### Example Question #5 : Real Exponents

Solve for :

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To solve for , we need all values to have like bases:

Now that all values have like bases, we can solve for :

### Example Question #41 : Review And Other Topics

Solve for :

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To solve for , we want all values in the equation to have like bases:

Now we can solve for :

### Example Question #7 : Real Exponents

Solve for :

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To solve for , we want all the values in the equation to have like bases:

Now we can solve for :

### Example Question #8 : Real Exponents

Simplify the following expression.

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The original expression can be rewritten as

. Whenever you can a fraction raised to a power, that power gets distributed out to the numerator and denominator. In mathematical terms, the new expression is

, which simply becomes , or

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