What are negative exponents and what do they mean?
What is the quotient rule for exponents?
What is x^2/x^5?
How do you simplify an expression with the same variable on top and bottom?
What does x^-3 mean?
Why does x^-3 equal 1/x^3?
Why do you subtract exponents when they are being divided?
How do you simplify 4^-2, 5^-1, 2^-3, and x^-5?
How do you simplify 2x^-4 and 4x^-3y^2?
How do you write 2x^-5y^2z^-1 without negative exponents?
How do you simplify 1/x^-3?
What do you do when you have a negative exponent in the denominator?
How would you simplify (5x^-2)/(3^-1y^2)?
How do you simplify the expressions 5^-2/x^3, 2x^-4/x^2, and m^-2/m^-5?
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This lesson does a great job of going through a bunch of examples of simplifying rational expressions with numbers and variables. The quotient rule for exponents is the focus of this lesson, and exponents are subtracted to simplify the expressions and get the answer in terms of only positive exponents.