Q. 5 A3.6( 10 Votes )

Rakesh solved some problems of exponents in the following way. Do you agree with the solutions? If not why? Justify your argument.

x–3 × x–2 = x–6

Answer :

Given, x–3 × x–2 = x–6

the solution is wrong, because


x–3 × x–2 = x-3-2


= x-5


x–3 × x–2 x–6


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