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Vocabulary Chapter 7
For every nonzero number a, a⁰ =
For every nonzero number a, a⁻¹ =
A number written in the form a x 10ⁿ, where n is an integer and 1 ≤ a < 10 is a number in
To multiply powers with the same base, keep the base the same and
Add the exponents
To raise a power to a power, keep the base the same and
Multiply the exponents
To raise a product to a power,
Raise each factor to the power
To divide powers with the same base,
Subtract the exponents
To raise a quotient to a power,
Raise the numerator and the denominator to the power and simplify
Zero Exponent? Product or quotient of powers with the same base? Simplify Negative Exponents.
Exponent Rules – Day 1 Zero and Negative Exponents.
Exponents and Scientific Notation
WHEN MULTIPLYING LIKE BASES, YOU ADD THE EXPONENTS FOR EXAMPLE: NOW YOU TRY:
Operations with Scientific Notation
To add numbers in scientific notation: 1) Add the constants 2) Keep the exponent the same Example: (2.1 x 10 5 ) + (3.2 x 10 5 ) = ( ) x 10.
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Dividing Monomials Honors Math – Grade 8. Quotient of Powers Look for a pattern in the exponents. 3 factors 5 factors KEY CONCEPT Quotient of Powers To.
Exponents Power base exponent means 3 factors of 5 or 5 x 5 x 5.
Exponents and Scientific Notation P.2. Definition of a Natural Number Exponent If b is a real number and n is a natural number, b n is read “the nth power.
Exponents and Polynomials
2.3 More on Laws of Exponents. 2.3 Objectives O To model behavior of exponents using function machines O To understand and apply the quotient laws of.
1. Scientific Notation Every positive number X can be written as:
Dividing Monomials Chapter 8-2 S. Calahan To divide two powers that have the same base, subtract the exponents. b 15 ÷ b 7 = b 15-7 = b 8 Quotient.
8.2 Dividing Monomials.
Integer Exponents 8 th Grade. Simplify Negative Exponents.
WHEN MULTIPLYING LIKE BASES, YOU ADD THE EXPONENTS FOR EXAMPLE:
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Exponents base exponent means 3 factors of 5 or 5 x 5 x 5.
Exponents. What number is being multiplied over and over again? How many times is 5 used as a factor?
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