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EXPONENTS ORDER OF OPERATIONS MULTIPLYING / DIVIDING POWER OF A POWER POWER OF A PRODUCT POWER OF A QUOTIENT NEGATIVE EXPONENTS
EXPONENTS a⁰ = 1 = a = a x a = a x a x a
ORDER OF OPERATIONS Don’t forget the order of operations: 1) Brackets 2)Exponents 3) Division / Multiplication
MULTIPLYING 2 POWERS SAME BASE x = Keep the base and ADD the exponents
DIVIDING 2 POWERS SAME BASE - = Keep the base and SUBTRACT the exponents
POWER OF A POWER (a ) = a Keep the base and MULTIPLY the exponents 4312
POWER OF A PRODUCT (a x b) = a x b Distribute the exponents as appropriate 3 33
POWER OF A QUOTIENT (a / b) = a / b Distribute the exponents as appropriate 4 44
NEGATIVE EXPONENTS a = -3 3
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