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So what we want to do with this problem is we want to translate our our
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algebraic expression into our burbo expression. So again what we're talking about
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is a lot of our keywords how do we describe power how do we describe division.
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So there's a couple of last answers I'm going to give you actually two examples
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for this one. A couple things we're looking at this problem is I want to know
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what's happening. Well over here we know that this is going to represent division
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and this represents power or it's also you know an exponent that we call it. So
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there's a couple ways you can first do it. First you can just kind of go and
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describe the top and then say you know it's being what are keywords for division.
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So a division you could say divided by. So I could say a number because K is
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actually a variable which represents a number. So that's why I'm going to see
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this a number and then you could say there's a lot of things you say we either
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say actually for five you say raise to the fifth power. So it's a number raise to
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the fifth power.
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Then a keyword for a division is to divide. So divide by.
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Now there's another keyword which actually means it's quotient. So a division is
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you know give me a quotient. So another way we could say is we could say the
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quotient means the division of. So the quotient.
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And then what is being divided by what? Well it's a number raised to the fifth and
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six. I'm dividing a number raised to the fifth by six. So it's the quotient or
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you know the division of a number raised to the fifth power.
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And six.
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Any questions? You can ask them. Nothing? Nobody just wants to sit. It's my
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first guess. Give me one. Thank you. What time is lunch? What else do I say?
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Well when it's in a second I mean you could say no I mean I don't I want you to
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say if you're saying as big as fifth I want you to tell me three so it's good.
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All right that's it.
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Oh were questions that abide?