- the different exponent laws
- how to identify different exponents
- how to solve different exponent type questions

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Power of a Product Law-

When a product is raised to a power, you can rewrite the product by applying the exponent to each factor. Which means you use the same power for both numbers.

(a x b)

^{2}= a

^{2}x b

^{2}

Power of a Quotient Law-

When a quotient is raised to an exponent, you can rewrite each number in the quotient with the same exponent. Which means rewrite the the same quotient as many times as the power tells you too.

(a÷b)³ = a³÷b³

(a/b) ³ = a³/b³

Negative Exponent Law-

One is the numerator and the denominator is the positive exponent with the same base. (*Honestly I'm still kind of confused about how this law works so, if i do something wrong just tell me. And Mr.backe I need help!)

a¯¹ = 1/a¹

a-² = 1/a²

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Foldable (divide/add/subtract/ multiply fractions and decimals), Different groups of Numbers - Do your Journals
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thanks jem.. you mostly explained 3 parts of laws for the exponents and thanks for the homework explanation and yeea ur blogs better than ours so you dont need changes i guess.. but nice scribe

ReplyDeleteNice post! I understood your explanations and diagrams easily. I like the colour use because it makes important words stand out. Also thanks for telling us what we need on our stash its.

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ReplyDeleteYOU GUYS! TSK TSK. . i made a mistake for the negative exponent law. The exponents should've been in the denominator area not the numerator. Make sure yu guys pay attention to that. Thanks :)

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