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    exponent rules

    Hi,
    Wondering what (e to the power of x) all over (e to the power of n) = ?
    Is it e to the power of (x - n)?

    And then if you can reduce any common factors in x and n, you can simplify the power?

    Thanks
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    Correct. Though there won't be any common factors...
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