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Get Started Now- Intro Lesson15:36
- Lesson: 1a1:10
- Lesson: 1b1:00
- Lesson: 1c1:03

By now, you should be very familiar with all the exponent rules. Not sure? Test yourself and try out the questions in this lesson. In this session, we will learn how to solving questions which have exponents as the unknowns.

Basic concepts: Proportions, Model and solve one-step linear equations: $ax = b$, $\frac{x}{a} = b$, Solving two-step linear equations using addition and subtraction: $ax + b = c$, Combining the exponent rules,

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,

- IntroductionWhat are exponent rules?
- 1.Find the number xa)$( \frac{1}{2}{)^x} = 8$b)$\frac{4^x}{3} = \frac{1}{12}$c)${5^{x+4}} = \frac{1}{25}$

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Laws of Indices

17.1

Product rule of exponents

17.2

Quotient rule of exponents

17.3

Power of a product rule

17.4

Power of a quotient rule

17.5

Power of a power rule

17.6

Negative exponent rule

17.7

Combining the exponent rules

17.8

Standard form

17.9

Convert between radicals and rational exponents

17.10

Solving for indices

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