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Swapnajit Debnath

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Prove a^m/a^n = a^(m-n) in algebric formula, not using log or group theory

Posted in Algebra, asked by Swapnajit Debnath, 4 years ago. 1502 hits.

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(a^m)/(a^n)=(a^m)[1/(a^n)]

                  =(a^m)[a^(-n)]     (Negative Exponent rule)

                  =a^(m-n)               (Product Rule)

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