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Exponent laws for multiplying and dividing powers with the same base
When you multiply two powers with the same base you add. When you divide two powers with the same base you subtract.
Multiply - (x^3)*(x^5)=(x^8) Divide- (x^4)/(x^3)=(x^4)-(x^3)=(x^1)
Power to a power is when you take both powers and multiply them by each other. (x^3)^4=x^3+^4=x^12
Negative exponents, you move the negative number in the numerator to the denominator and make it positive. X^-3 = 1x^-3/1 = 1/x^3
Zero Exponent, is when you have a zero in the powers place. When you have a zero the answer is always 1. 457^0=1
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