Math Across the World Volume #1

Updated: 4/1/2021

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- Math Across the World Volume #1
- The Product Rule is as follows: when you want to multiply two numbers with exponents and the same base, you can simply just add the exponents and keep the base to get your answer!
- An example of this would be (2^3)(2^5) = 2^8! Simply add the exponents!
- An example of this would be 4^6 / 4^2 = 4^4! Simply subtract the exponents!
- The Quotient Rule is as follows: when dividing numbers with the same base, keep the base and subtract the exponents!
- The Power Rule states that if when you raise a power to a power, you must keep the base and multiply the exponents!
- An example of this would be (5^3)^2 = 5^6! Simply multiply the exponents!
- Whenever you have a negative exponent, you must simplify this to its reciprocal raised to its opposite, positive exponent.
- An example of this would be 6^-2, which would simplify to 1 / 6^2! Pretty simple!
- Finally, whenever you have an exponent of zero, the exponent (including its base) equals 1!
- An example of this would be 3^0, which would equal 1!
- The end! Thanks for reading, and maybe we will catch you next time on Math Across the World!