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**Section P2 Exponents and Scientific Notation**

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The Product Rule

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Example Simplify:

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The Quotient Rule

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Example Simplify:

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Example Simplify:

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Zero as an Exponent

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Example Simplify:

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**The Negative-Exponent Rule**

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**Simplify Exponential Expressions**

Example Simplify Exponential Expressions

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**Simplify Exponential Expressions**

Example Simplify Exponential Expressions

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**The Power Rule for Exponents (Powers to Powers)**

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**Simplify Exponential Expressions**

Example Simplify Exponential Expressions

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Power of a Product

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**Simplify Exponential Expressions**

Example Simplify Exponential Expressions

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Power of a Quotient

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**Simplify Exponential Expressions**

Example Simplify Exponential Expressions

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**Simplifying Exponential Expressions**

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**Simplify Exponential Expressions**

Example Simplify Exponential Expressions

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**Use Scientific Notation**

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**Converting from Scientific to Decimal Notation**

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Example Convert from Scientific Notation to decimal notation.

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Example Convert from decimal notation to scientific notation.

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Example Perform the indicated operations and write your answer in scientific notation.

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Example In 2008, Congress proposed a 700 billion dollar bailout (7 x 1011) of the US banking system. If there are 300 million people in the US, what will be the cost per person in tax dollars if every person paid an equal amount of this bailout cost?

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**Simplify the exponential expression**

(b) (c) (d)

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**Simplify the exponential expression**

(b) (c) (d)

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**Perform the indicated operation and write your answer in scientific notation.**

(b) (c) (d)

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