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Exponent Rules 2-6-3
Repeated Multiplication Remember: so and
Multiplying with Exponents Rule : so and When multiplying like bases, add the exponents.
Cancel Common Factors Remember how to cancel. Make a 1 out of common factors.
Dividing with Exponents Rule: When dividing like bases, subtract the exponents. Review the examples. is the same as r 5-3
Negative Exponents Notice what happens with the example This leads to another rule. Rule:
When the Power is Zero Rule: Anything to the zero power is 1. or all cancel for an answer of 1.
Multiplying Exponents Rule: using a previous rule. An easier way would be to multiply the 3 and 5 to get the new exponent of 15.
Unlike Terms are not like terms and cannot be combined. Contrast this with The multiplication can be done. Don’t add the exponents. Do add the exponents
Exponents, Parentheses, and the Order of Operations.
Exponent Rules Practice. Multiplying Monomials Keep the base Add the exponents Multiply Coefficients if you see any.
Laws of Exponents. Remember: Rule 1—Multiplying like bases When multiplying like bases, keep the base and ADD the exponents.
4 6 Base Exponent The exponent is sometimes referred to as the power.
Laws of Exponents. Day 1: Product and Quotient Rules EXP 1.1 I can use the Product and Quotient Rules to simplify algebraic expressions.
EXPONENTS ORDER OF OPERATIONS MULTIPLYING / DIVIDING POWER OF A POWER POWER OF A PRODUCT POWER OF A QUOTIENT NEGATIVE EXPONENTS.
The Answer is RIGHT.
INTEGERS: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
Multiplying Integers. Warm Up 1.9 x 3 =5. 6 x 9 = 2.7 x 10 =6. 10 x 23 = 3.9 x 8 =7. 9 x 9 = 4.15 x 10 =8. 10 x 20 =
WHEN MULTIPLYING LIKE BASES, YOU ADD THE EXPONENTS FOR EXAMPLE: NOW YOU TRY:
Rules of Exponents In this lesson, you will be able to simplify expressions involving zero and negative exponents.
The Laws of Exponents.
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.
Bell Work 12/10. Objectives The student will be able to: 1. multiply monomials. 2. simplify expressions with monomials.
Exponents and Polynomials
Copyright (c) 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Laws of Exponents.
EXPONENTS Definition Negative Exponents Multiplication of Exponents Dividing Exponents Raising Exponents Add & subtract Exponents Base of 10 rule Scientific.
How do we use the laws of exponents?. The zero power Anything to the power of zero is one.
Order of Operations REVIEW CONCEPTS. Why is order important?
Objective 1.To write very large or very small numbers in standard form, in scientific notation, and vice versa. To compare and order numbers in scientific.
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