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Laws of                               ExponentsCopyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 200...
Menu• Product Rule    • Negative Exponent• Quotient Rule   • Negative exponent• Power Rule        in the denominator• Powe...
Product Rule     m       n       m n a       a       a
Quotient Rule        m    a           m n            a        n    a
Power Rule       m n       mn   a         a
Power of a Product        m     m m   ab        a b
Power of a Quotient          n     n      a       a                n      b       b
Exponent of Zero           0       a       1
Negative Exponent        n    1    a          n             a
Negative exponentin the denominator      1           n        n              a     a
Negative exponenton a quotient        n           n    a         b    b         a
Moving exponentsacross a fraction bar         n       m     a         b         m       n     b         a
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A navigable guide to the laws of exponents

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  1. 1. Laws of ExponentsCopyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation .
  2. 2. Menu• Product Rule • Negative Exponent• Quotient Rule • Negative exponent• Power Rule in the denominator• Power of a • Negative exponent Product on a Quotient• Power of a • Moving exponents Quotient across the fraction• Exponent of bar Zero
  3. 3. Product Rule m n m n a a a
  4. 4. Quotient Rule m a m n a n a
  5. 5. Power Rule m n mn a a
  6. 6. Power of a Product m m m ab a b
  7. 7. Power of a Quotient n n a a n b b
  8. 8. Exponent of Zero 0 a 1
  9. 9. Negative Exponent n 1 a n a
  10. 10. Negative exponentin the denominator 1 n n a a
  11. 11. Negative exponenton a quotient n n a b b a
  12. 12. Moving exponentsacross a fraction bar n m a b m n b a
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