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# Simplify 7^8x7^3x7^4/7^9x7^5?

Multiplying ain’t so bad, all you got to do is add. (So add powers with same base) 8+3+4 = 15 so top answer is 7^15 9+5 = 14 so bottom answer is 7^14 New calculation is 7^15/7^14 Dividing is one simple fact, just subtract. (So subtract powers with same base) 15 -14 = 1 So it is 7^1 (anything with power one is just itself) Final answer = 7  Rizzy Aslam
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When we multiply powered numbers with the same base we can add their powers so 7⁸*7³*7⁴= 7¹⁵ 7⁹*7⁵=7¹⁴ If we divide powered numbers with the same base we subtract the powers So 7¹⁵/7¹⁴=7¹=7  Lauren Holland
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