Quotient Rule

Students learn the quotient rule, which states that when dividing two powers that have the same base, subtract the exponents. For example, (x^9)/(x^5) = x^4. To divide (8d^5)/(4d^3), divide the coefficients and subtract the exponents, to get 2d^2.

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