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**Hint:**We first explain the process of exponents and indices. We find the general form. Then we explain the different binary operations on exponents. Finally, we find the indices value for $\dfrac{{{n}^{2}}\times {{n}^{3}}}{{{n}^{4}}}$ and express it in that form of power of $n$.

**Complete step-by-step solution:**

We know the exponent form of the number $a$ with the exponent being $p$ can be expressed as ${{a}^{p}}$.

The simplified form of the expression ${{a}^{p}}$ can be written as the multiplied form of number $a$ of p-times.

Therefore, ${{a}^{p}}=\underbrace{a\times a\times a\times ....\times a\times a}_{p-times}$.

The value of $p$ can be any number belonging to the domain of real number.

Similarly, the value of $a$ can be any number belonging to the domain of real numbers.

In case the value of $p$ becomes negative, the value of the exponent takes its inverse value.

The formula to express the form is ${{a}^{-p}}=\dfrac{1}{{{a}^{p}}},p\in {{\mathbb{R}}^{+}}$.

The multiplication of these exponents works as the addition of those indices.

For example, we take two exponential expressions where the exponents are $m$ and $p$.

Let the numbers be ${{a}^{m}}$ and ${{a}^{p}}$. We take multiplication of these numbers.

The indices get added. So, ${{a}^{m}}\times {{a}^{p}}={{a}^{m+p}}$.

The division works in an almost similar way. The indices get subtracted. So, $\dfrac{{{a}^{m}}}{{{a}^{p}}}={{a}^{m-p}}$.

For our given expression, we need to express $\dfrac{{{n}^{2}}\times {{n}^{3}}}{{{n}^{4}}}$ in its exponential way.

First, we complete the numerator part of multiplication where ${{n}^{2}}\times {{n}^{3}}={{n}^{2+3}}={{n}^{5}}$.

The equation becomes $\dfrac{{{n}^{2}}\times {{n}^{3}}}{{{n}^{4}}}=\dfrac{{{n}^{5}}}{{{n}^{4}}}$. Now we do the division.

**We have $\dfrac{{{n}^{5}}}{{{n}^{4}}}={{n}^{5-4}}={{n}^{1}}=n$. Therefore, simplified form of $\dfrac{{{n}^{2}}\times {{n}^{3}}}{{{n}^{4}}}$ is $n$.**

**Note:**The addition and subtraction for exponents works for taking common terms out depending on the values of the indices.

For numbers ${{a}^{m}}$ and ${{a}^{p}}$, we have ${{a}^{m}}\pm {{a}^{p}}={{a}^{m}}\left( 1\pm {{a}^{p-m}} \right)$.the relation is independent of the values of $m$ and $p$.

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