# Grade 9 Math: Linear Relations and Equations Power of a Power Rule

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### Simplify the expression and show it in the form of $$x^{n}$$ $$\frac{(({x^{4}})^{6})}{(({x^{2})}^{3}\times x^{4})}$$

$$x^{8}$$
$$x^{12}$$
$$x^{14}$$
$$x^{16}$$

### Simplify the expression and show it in the form of $$x^{n}$$ $$(x^5)^{3}\times (x^3)^{3}-x^{4}\div x^{2}$$

$$x^{24}-x^2$$
$$x^{22}$$
$$x^{28}$$
$$x^{26}-x^2$$

### Simplify the expression and show it in the form of $$x^{n}$$ $$\frac{(({x^{2}})^{4}\div (x^2)^{3})} {((x^3\times {x^{3})}^{3}\div x^{25})}$$

$$1$$
$$x^{2}$$
$$x^{3}$$
$$x^{4}$$
### Simplify the expression and show it in the form of $$x^{n}$$ $$(x^4)^{4}\div (x^2)^{3}+(x^{3})^{4}\times (x^{2})^{4}\div x^2$$
$$x^{10}+x^{22}$$
$$x^{10}+x^{18}$$
$$x^{8}+x^{18}$$
$$x^{22}+x^{18}$$