Week One DQ1 - subtract the dominator from the numerator...

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Week 1 DQ A negative exponent just means that the base is on the wrong side of the fraction line, so you  need to flip the base to the other side.  Example: aˉ  =  The quotient rule says that if the base is the same and exponent are positive then you would 
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Unformatted text preview: subtract the dominator from the numerator. Example: a^h/a^g=a^h-g The power rule is when there are two powers that we need to multiply the two exponents. Example: x = 5x ⁵ ⁴ Problem to solve: 3²+3²+3 ⁴ Loretta Campbell...
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