**HelloClass Math Homework Help — Laws of Exponents Division.**

This is yet another video based on Exponents. Before learning the Exponent Division, let’s keep the following points in mind:

When we ** divide two exponential expressions** with the same

**base**, we subtract the

**exponents.**

When we divide an **exponential expression by itself**, the exponent is Zero.

When we divide an **exponential expression by another exponential expression having greater power (exponent) with the same base**, the exponent is negative in the resultant expression.

Watch this video to understand this concept in a better way.

Here, a is a real number, p and q are Rational numbers.

Exponents are shorthand for repeated multiplication of the same thing by itself. For instance, the shorthand for multiplying three copies of the number 5 is shown on the right-hand side of the “equals” sign in (5)(5)(5) = 5³.

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