8 3quotients Of Powers
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8 3quotients Of Powers Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Let’s Divide! Dividing Monomials Chapter 8.3
  • 2. Quotients of Powers
    • How do I find ?
    • a*a*a*a*a*a =
    • a*a*a*a
    • a 2
    • 1 = a 2
    a*a*a*a*a*a = a*a*a*a
  • 3. Let’s find a different way
    • In the previous slide, you saw that the result of this fraction was a 2 .
    • How do 6 and 4 relate to two?
  • 4. Quotient of Powers Property
    • For all non-zero numbers, subtract the exponent of the denominator from the numerator when the bases are the same.
    • 4 5-2 = 4 3
  • 5. Let’s prove it.
    • 4 5-2 = 4 3
  • 6. Try Some.
  • 7. Solutions
    • 2 10-5 = 2 5
    • 3 10-7 = 3 3
    • 5 8-3 = 5 5
    • 2 3-2 = 2 1= 2
  • 8. Try Some with variables.
    • x j-1
    • x a+b-c
    • x m+1-1 = x m
  • 9. Fun Fun Fun
  • 10. Fun Fun Fun
    • -2x 2-1 y 5-3 =-2xy 2
    • -40a 4-1 b2c -5
    • = -40a 3 b 2
    • c 5
  • 11. Remember negative exponents?
    • Any time you have a negative exponent, it must be placed in the denominator.
    • C -3 =
  • 12. Try Some
  • 13. answers
  • 14. Combine yesterday’s work and today’s
  • 15. Combine yesterday’s work and today’s
  • 16. Thanks for enjoying math!
  • 17.