I know that 2x multiplied by 6x^4 is 12x^5.. you just add the positive exponents. Do you also add the exponents when working with negative exponents? So the answer would be 12x^(-4+1) = 12x^-3?
I know that 2x multiplied by 6x^4 is 12x^5.. you just add the positive exponents. Do you also add the exponents when working with negative exponents? So the answer would be 12x^(-4+1) = 12x^-3?