Power of a power rule

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  1. What are exponent rules?
  1. Simplify the following:
    1. (z6)3 ({z^6} {)^3}
    2. (2)0 (-2{)^0}
    3. (2)0{-(2)^0}
Topic Notes
It's easy once you know the trick. The power of a power rule basically says every term in the bracket should be raised to the given power. What if the term has an exponent already? You just need to multiply the exponent by the power!
(am)n=amn ( {a^m} {)^n} = {a^{mn}}