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**Exponent rules**. **Exponent rules**, laws of exponent and examples. What is an
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Introduction to **exponent rules** including basic product and quotient rules.

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Power **Rule** (Powers to Powers): (a^{m})^{n} = a^{mn}, this says that to raise a power to a
power you need to multiply the **exponents**. There are several other **rules** that ...

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Covers the basic **exponent rules**, explaining how to remember them and use
them properly, especially to simplify expressions.

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The **exponent** of a number says how many times to use the number in a ... The "
Laws of **Exponents**" (also called "**Rules** of **Exponents**") come from three ideas: ...

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**Exponents Rule** #1. Can we add these guys? x^2 + x^3. No way, dude! Not like
terms! So... Can we multiply them? (x^2)(x^3). Totally! Just write out what each ...

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What's the Power of a Quotient **Rule**? Got a fraction raised to a power? Learn
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**Exponent Rules**. Algebra rules and formulas for exponents are listed below.
Definitions. 1. a^{n} = a·a·a···a (n times). 2. a^{0} = 1 (a ≠ 0). 3. (a ≠ 0). 4. (a ≥ 0, m ≥
0, ...

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