Use the Exponent Express guide to follow along with the instruction. If you need a copy of the guide, click here to open and print it in Word. here Or, if you’d just like to practice, skip ahead to here and choose either easy, medium, or hard practice problems.here EXPONENT EXPRESS
For every nonzero number a, a 0 = 1 ZERO EXPONENT PROPERTY
In this problem, you need to remember that any value raised to the zero power equals 1. Also, if a value in the numerator is raised to a negative power, it should be moved to the denominator, and vice versa.
YOU GOT IT RIGHT! You applied the zero and negative exponent properties correctly.
In this problem, you need to remember two steps. First, you needed to remember to multiply exponents separated by parentheses (raise a power to a power). Next, you needed to remember that any value raised to the zero power equals 1.
YOU GOT IT RIGHT! You added the exponents of the terms that had a common base.
In this problem, you needed to remember to raise everything inside the parentheses to the given power. Also, don’t forget to multiply when you raise a power to a power.
YOU GOT IT RIGHT! You correctly multiplied the exponents inside the parentheses with those outside of the parentheses. You even simplified correctly. Way to go! Return to problem levelsEnd Exponent Express
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