Mathematics

ItachiUchiha:
i have two questions

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ItachiUchiha:
TurtlePrincess:
Sure, ill see if i can help :)

ItachiUchiha:
ok thanks

TurtlePrincess:
ok so to solve the first one do you know how to solve exponets?

ItachiUchiha:
i think i times them by the base number

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ItachiUchiha:
blocked

TurtlePrincess:
ok so what is \[7^6 \times 7^5\]

TurtlePrincess:
damn oki

ItachiUchiha:
yea

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ItachiUchiha:
they blocked it

TurtlePrincess:
its ok

TurtlePrincess:
What's the answer?

ItachiUchiha:
but 7 x 6 is 42 and 7x5is so 4o\35

ItachiUchiha:
40*

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ItachiUchiha:
49*

ItachiUchiha:
49\35

ItachiUchiha:
so 7\11

TurtlePrincess:
well no, that's not how you do exponents
Evaluate the exponent
\[7^6 =117649 \]
\[117649 \times 7^5\]

ItachiUchiha:
i have no idea

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TurtlePrincess:
so now you got \[117649 \times16807\]

ItachiUchiha:
ok

TurtlePrincess:
What's the answer? the Multpying?

ItachiUchiha:
it gave my 78 my computer is like on sum

TurtlePrincess:
so for the answer choices, we can cross out \(a\) and \(b\)

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ItachiUchiha:
so D

TurtlePrincess:
it equals 1977326743
between C and D what would you think wat fraction also equals this?

ItachiUchiha:
D

TurtlePrincess:
well D is incorrect so you got C as your answer
because you do multiply 7...11 times

ItachiUchiha:
oh thank you

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TurtlePrincess:
yes now the next one, would be a fraction so what answer are you stuck with?

ItachiUchiha:
1\25

TurtlePrincess:
Correct!

ItachiUchiha:
GoodFellow:
Please do not try to just get the answer rather try to get a good understanding. it will be useful in the future as well

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ItachiUchiha:
this is all after this tanks so much

GoodFellow:
1/25 is not the answer to the second one

ItachiUchiha:
really

GoodFellow:
yes

2xJay:
for number 5, you just multiply the outside exponents by the inside exponents

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ItachiUchiha:
so number 4 is

GoodFellow:
Stick to the basic theory (equations) until your mind takes it naturally, otherwise, you won't be able to challenge maths.

ItachiUchiha:
so number 4 is A or D

GoodFellow:
In theory, indices are summative when the bases which are in multiplication equal, you know it?

ItachiUchiha:
what are you talkin about my guy

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GoodFellow:
\[a^p \times a^q =a^{(p+q)}\]

ItachiUchiha:
yea i know

ItachiUchiha:
so multiply the the exponents

2xJay:
you can't bc it would equal 40

2xJay:
yall on #4 or #5?

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ItachiUchiha:
#4

GoodFellow:
\[\frac{a^p}{a^q}=a^p\times a^{-q}\to a^{p-q}\]

GoodFellow:
know this also?

ItachiUchiha:
a little

GoodFellow:
it is when the numbers are in division
division can be turned in to multiplication & then apply to sum the indices

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GoodFellow:
try this way the answer to the second question

GoodFellow:
Check whether u get 1/125 as the answer

ItachiUchiha:
B

GoodFellow:
\[\frac{5^5}{5^8}=\frac{1}{5^3}=\frac{1}{125}\]

ItachiUchiha:
im confused

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GoodFellow:
the answer to the question number 4 is \[\frac{1}{5^3}\]

ItachiUchiha:
i said D twice

2xJay:
lmao

2xJay:
you need help wit #5 too?

ItachiUchiha:
no

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2xJay:
ight

GoodFellow:
You are expected to educate your self here at this site

GoodFellow:
And it's not the answer D, it is A