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Basic concepts: Product rule of exponents,

Related concepts: Product rule,

- 1.prove $3^5 \cdot 3^2 = 3^{5+2} = 3^7$
- 2.simplify: $(3a^2b)(-5a^4b^{10})$

26.

Indices and Exponential Functions

26.1

Indices: Product rule $(a^x)(a^y)=a^{(x+y)}$

26.2

Indices: Division rule ${a^x \over a^y}=a^{(x-y)}$

26.3

Indices: Power rule $(a^x)^y = a^{(x\cdot y)}$

26.4

Indices: Negative exponents

26.5

Indices: Zero exponent: $a^0 = 1$

26.6

Indices: Rational exponents

26.7

Combining laws of indices

26.8

Standard form

26.9

Convert between radicals and rational exponents

26.10

Solving for indices

26.11

Graphing exponential functions

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Indices: Product rule $(a^x)(a^y)=a^{(x+y)}$

26.2

Indices: Division rule ${a^x \over a^y}=a^{(x-y)}$

26.3

Indices: Power rule $(a^x)^y = a^{(x\cdot y)}$

26.4

Indices: Negative exponents

26.6

Indices: Rational exponents

26.7

Combining laws of indices

26.8

Standard form

26.9

Convert between radicals and rational exponents

26.10

Solving for indices