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**Exponentiation** is a mathematical operation, written as b^{n}, involving two numbers
, the base b ... The **definition** of **exponentiation** can be extended to allow any real
or complex **exponent**. **Exponentiation** by integer ...... If b^{x} is to preserve the
logarithm and **exponent rules**, then one must have. b x = ( e ln b ) x = e x ⋅ ln
b ...

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Below is List of **Rules for Exponents** and an **example** or two of using each **rule**:
Zero-**Exponent Rule**: a^{0} = 1, this says that anything raised to the zero power is 1.

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**Exponent rules**. **Exponent rules**, **laws** of **exponent** and **examples**. What is an
**exponent**; **Exponents rules**; **Exponents** calculator ...

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**Exponents** are used in many algebra problems, so it's important that you
understand the **rules** for ... Let's go over each **rule** in detail, and see some
**examples**.

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Covers the basic **exponent rules**, explaining how to remember them and use ...
The thing that's being multiplied, being 5 in this **example**, is called the "base".

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8 to the Power 2. The **exponent** of a number says how many times to use the
number in a multiplication. In this **example**: 8^{2} = 8 × 8 = 64. In words: 8^{2} could be
...

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PRODUCT **RULE**: To multiply when two bases are the same, write the base and
ADD the **exponents**. **Examples**: A. B. C. 2. QUOTIENT **RULE**: To divide when ...

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**Exponents** are the mathematical shorthand that tells us to multiply the same
number by itself for a specified number of times. This lesson will not...

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For **rules** of **exponents** applied to algebraic functions instead of numerical
**examples**, read **Rules** of **Exponents** - Algebraic. To evaluate expressions with ...