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Divide x to the 5th power by x to the 2nd power?
I think you mean to say, "If x to the power of 2 is divided by x to the power of 2, then what is the quotient?". The answer to this is... x^2/x^2=1.
x^8 / x^2 = x^6 You will notice it is just a matter of subtracting exponents.
What is the limit as x approaches infinity of x plus x to the 3rd power plus x to the 5th power all divided by 1 - x to the 2nd power plus x to the 4th power?
This can also be expressed as (9/5) x .
X to the 9th power
We can't say, until we know what 'x' is.
This is represented as the algebraic expression x n /n or x n Ã· n.
Yes. In general, a negative power can be defined as follows: a -b = 1 / a b .
x^(2-x-6)/x^(2-4) x^(-4-x)/x^-2 (x^-2)*(x^(-2-6)) = x^(-2-x)
That's going to have a lot to do with what ' x ' is. And any time ' x ' changes, that whole quantity also changes immediately.
x 5 /x 9 5 - 9 = - 4 X -4 or, 1/x 4 ----------