# Exponents - Learn About Raising A Quotient To A Power

## Raising A Quotient To A Power

Before we move forward and learn about Raising A Quotient To A Power, be sure you understand the basics. Recommended reading: Exponents. First you will see how it is done using a real example followed by an abstract example.
• Practical Example:

${\left(\frac{3}{4}\right)}^{3}$
$\frac{{3}^{3}}{{4}^{3}}$
$\frac{3 × 3 × 3}{4 × 4 × 4}$
$\frac{27}{64}$
• Abstract Example:

${\left(\frac{Number\left(A\right)}{Numbert\left(B\right)}\right)}^{Power\left(P\right)}$
$\frac{{Number\left(A\right)}^{Power\left(P\right)}}{{Number\left(B\right)}^{Power\left(P\right)}}$

There is one important exception. Dividing by zero is prohibited. The answer is undefined.