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4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
4.6 Applying Exponent Laws
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4.6 Applying Exponent Laws

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  • 1. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 1 April 30, 2014 4.6 Applying Exponent Laws Putting it 'all together now!'
  • 2. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 2 April 30, 2014
  • 3. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 3 April 30, 2014 Example 1: Simplify
  • 4. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 4 April 30, 2014 Example 2: Simplify
  • 5. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 5 April 30, 2014 Example 2: Simplify
  • 6. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 6 April 30, 2014 Example 1 Simplify by writing as a single power
  • 7. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 7 April 30, 2014 Example 2 Simplify by writing as a single power
  • 8. 4.6 Applying the Exponent Laws 8 April 30, 2014 Example 5. A sphere has volume 425 m3 . What is the radius of the sphere to the nearest tenth of a metre?

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