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The power of a quotient rule is used when we want to simplify a fraction that is raised to a power. Every term needs to be raised to a power!

Basic concepts: Using exponents to describe numbers, Exponent rules, Order of operations with exponents,

Related concepts: Exponents: Product rule $(a^x)(a^y)=a^{(x+y)}$, Exponents: Division rule ${a^x \over a^y}=a^{(x-y)}$, Exponents: Power rule $(a^x)^y = a^{(x\cdot y)}$, Exponents: Negative exponents,

$( \frac{a^m}{b^n} {)^p} = \frac{a^{mp}}{b^{np}}$

- IntroductionWhat are exponent rules?
- 1.Simplify the following:a)$( \frac{x}{6} {)^2}$b)$(\frac{2c^5d^4}{6c^3} {)^2}$

2.

Exponents

2.1

Product rule of exponents

2.2

Quotient rule of exponents

2.3

Power of a product rule

2.4

Power of a quotient rule

2.5

Power of a power rule

2.6

Negative exponent rule

2.7

Combining the exponent rules

2.8

Scientific notation

2.9

Convert between radicals and rational exponents

2.10

Solving for exponents

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