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Hello sir

Sir My question is

A) 5 raised to 3 divided by 5 raised to 6. In this we should apply the law a raied to divided by a raied to n = a raised to m-n.

Here in this situation how can we apply that law because here m is smaller than n then how can we subtract because we can only subtract bigger to sMALLER NOT SMALLER TO bigger.

Then how we can apply that law in the above given sum\r

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Sir it is not an home work question it is my doubt please dont feel that it is homwe qork question. Sir nad please dont reply that it is out of my expertise.Sir please expalin please

thaks

Normally, you subtract the smaller exponent from the larger exponent:

5³/5⁶ = 1/5⁶⁻³ = 1/5³

Note that it is possible to subtract a larger exponent from a smaller exponent:

5³/5⁶ = 5³⁻⁶ = 5⁻³

The resulting exponent is negative, which you then convert to a positive exponent:

5⁻³ = 1/5³

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