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Get Started Now- Intro Lesson15:36
- Lesson: 1a0:21
- Lesson: 1b0:15
- Lesson: 1c0:25

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!

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

$( {a^m} {)^n} = {a^{mn}}$

- IntroductionWhat are exponent rules?
- 1.Simplify the following:a)$({z^6} {)^3}$b)$(-2{)^0}$c)${-(2)^0}$

8.

Exponents

8.1

Product rule of exponents

8.2

Quotient rule of exponents

8.3

Power of a product rule

8.4

Power of a quotient rule

8.5

Power of a power rule

8.6

Negative exponent rule

8.7

Combining the exponent rules

8.8

Scientific notation

8.9

Convert between radicals and rational exponents

8.10

Solving for exponents

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