# Dividing Exponents Calculator

To divide the exponents first we need to simplify the given exponents (powers). Once we simplify we can divide both of the answers to get the final output.

Let us learn how to divide exponents with a simple example:

Example: Divide the exponents 34 and 42

Solution:
Lets take the first exponent and simplify = 34 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 81

Now lets take the second exponent = 42 = 4 x 4 = 16

We can divide both of these answers to get the final output = 81/16 = 5.06

Therefore, the answer is 5.06

Enter the exponent values in the below online dividing exponents calculator and then click calculate to find the answer.

 1st Exponent: ^ 2nd Exponent: ^ Exponents Division (Output):

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