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Negave exponent rule:
If having an exponenal expression with a negave exponent, this is in fact the
reciprocal of the exponenal expression having the sign of the exponent changed.
So for example:
7
3
=
1
7
3
Quoent rule:
If we have a fracon between two exponenal expressions, expressions that have
the same bases dierent from 0, then the result would be an exponenal
expression that has the same bases and the dierence between the nominators
exponent and the denominators exponent as an exponent. Here is an example
for you:
5
6
5
4
=5
64
= 5
2
Rising a product to a power:
Any product risen to a power is in fact the product of each factor risen to the
same power individually. As an example:

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5 ×8 ¿
3
=5
3
× 8
3
¿
Now here is a problem for you to solve:
7 × 10
5
3 × 10
3
= ¿

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