Simplifying Rational Exponents - division rule

Example: The bases are the variables "m" the top has a power of 1and the bottom has a power of 4/3. The new power is 1 - 4/3 = 3/3 - 4/3 = -1/3 on the topor a +1/3 on the bottom. When like bases are divided the powers of those likebases are subtracted (top-botom) to get the new power. When entering fractional exponents use the "slash" keyfor the fraction bar ... / ... and enter the entire fractionin one answer box as shown above. The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:x ^{1/3}1 When like bases are divided the powers of those likebases are subtracted (top-botom) to get the new power. When entering fractional exponents use the "slash" keyfor the fraction bar ... / ... and enter the entire fractionin one answer box as shown above. The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:When like bases are divided the powers of those likebases are subtracted (top-botom) to get the new power. When entering fractional exponents use the "slash" keyfor the fraction bar ... / ... and enter the entire fractionin one answer box as shown above. The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:The Division Rule for ExponentsAnswer:Lets try this with numbers.The Division Rule for Exponents8 8 5/3 1/3 Answer:Lets try this with numbers.The Division Rule for Exponents2 2 1/3 4/3 Answer:Lets try this with numbers.The Division Rule for Exponents3 3 5/4 7/4 Answer: |

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