# Scientific Notation Comic

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• Today's Lesson: Rules of Exponents﻿
• "Let's get this bread"? How relatable.﻿
• ﻿Good morning, class. Let's get this bread.
• 100E0 is the percentage of how much I wanna be in this class.﻿
• Today's Lesson: Rules of Exponents﻿
• Negative exponents are practically a crime in the math world. 11/10 math teachers agree that negative exponents are as bad as taxes.  To get rid of them (negative exponents), you simply flip the numbers like this: 2E-4= 1/2E4. The exponent 0 makes its base equal one. Like this: 8E0=1.
• The first rule is about negative exponents and the exponent 0. Yeet.
• When you divide numbers with exponents, you keep the common base and subtract the exponents. Like this: 8E8/8E4=8E4. If there isn't a common base remember that numbers and coefficients aren't together! When you have different bases, turn them into a fraction and simplify it! Like this: 8yE4﻿/2yE3= 8/2=4 and yE4-yE3=yE1. So the answer is: 4y, because every number is to the power of 1.
• Today's Lesson: Rules of Exponents﻿
• The next rule is about dividing numbers with exponents. Oof.
• Today's Lesson: Rules of Exponents﻿
• When you multiply numbers with exponents, you multiply the base and add the exponents. Like this: 5E3*2E4=10E7. If it's the same base, you keep it the same, and add the exponents.﻿ Like this: 4E3*4E2=4E5.
• ﻿The next rule is about multiplying exponents. Got 'em.
• Today's Lesson: Rules of Exponents﻿
• An example of a power to a power equation: (3E2)E6=3E12. You multiply the exponents together, and that's your answer. An example of a product to a power equation: (3yE3)E2= 3E2﻿. Remember, the base and the coefficient have separate exponents.
• The next﻿ rules are about power to a power equations and product to a power. LOL!
• Thank goodness class is almost over.﻿
• Today's Lesson: Rules of Exponents﻿
• When you see a fraction in parentheses next to an exponent, distribute the exponent to the numbers and coefficients. Like this: ﻿(4E3/5E2)E2=4E6/5E4. Or like this: (4xE4/3E2xE6)E2= 4E2xE8/3E4xE12.
• ﻿The next rule is about exponents and quotients. *dabs* After this rule, class is dismissed *dabs*.
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