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Laws of Exponents
Rule 1—Multiplying like bases When multiplying like bases, keep the base and ADD the exponents
Rule 2--Dividing like bases When dividing like bases, keep the base and subtract the exponents (top minus the bottom)
Rule 3—Raising a power to a power When raising a power to another power, you keep the base and multiply the exponents
Rule 4--Negative Exponents Do not leave any negative exponents in the final answer, to make them positive move from top to bottom or bottom to top (doesn’t matter if the base is negative)
Rule 5--Zero power Anything raised to the zero power = 1
Try these. Don’t leave any negative exponents
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