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Aim: How do we solve equations with fractional or negative exponents?Do Now: Simplify the following 1. 2. 3. 4. Solve for x: HW: p.305 # 4,6,8,10,12,14,18,20
Solve for x: Divide both sides by 2 SimplifyMultiply the reciprocal of the exponent on both sides Multiply the exponents
Solve for x: Divide both sides by 15 Simplify Multiply the reciprocal of the exponent on both sides Simplify Change the exponent to positive
Solve for x: Subtract 1 on both sides Multiply the reciprocal of the exponent on both sides Simplify
Solve for x: Change the radical to a power Multiply the reciprocal of the exponent Simplify Simplify
Solve for x: Move –1 to the right Divide both sides by 2Raise both sides to the power that is the reciprocal of the exponent of the variable simplify
Solve for x:
You now try for credits
16 8 125 512 1. Solve for x: 2. Solve for x: 3. Solve for x:
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Do Now: Solve for x in the following equation: Hint: and.
Aim: How do we work on the expression with fractional exponent? Do Now: Simplify: HW: p.297 # 20,26,32,44,48,50,54,64,66,68.
WHEN MULTIPLYING LIKE BASES, YOU ADD THE EXPONENTS FOR EXAMPLE:
PROPERTIES OF EXPONENTS
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