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Exponent Rules 2-6-3

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Repeated Multiplication Remember: so and

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Multiplying with Exponents Rule : so and When multiplying like bases, add the exponents.

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Cancel Common Factors Remember how to cancel. Make a 1 out of common factors.

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Dividing with Exponents Rule: When dividing like bases, subtract the exponents. Review the examples. is the same as r 5-3

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Negative Exponents Notice what happens with the example This leads to another rule. Rule:

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When the Power is Zero Rule: Anything to the zero power is 1. or all cancel for an answer of 1.

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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.

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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

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