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This interactive powerpoint will teach you and help you practice the rules of exponents

This interactive powerpoint will teach you and help you practice the rules of exponents

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- 1. Multiply Divide Exponent of Exponent Negative Exponents Exponents Video Authors Page Resources
- 2. Simplify the expression Rewrite this as (x*x*x)(x*x*x*x*x)= Did you notice that 3 + 5 = 8? So, our rule is: Be careful! We must have the same base for each exponent. So, Click here to give it a try! Quit
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- 4. Simplify the expression Rewrite this as (x*x*x*x)/(x*x)= Did you notice that 4 – 2 = 2? So, our rule is Remember, just like multiplication, we must have the same base. Click here to give it a try! Quit
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- 6. Simplify the expression Rewrite this as (x*x*x)(x*x*x)= Did you notice that 3*2 = 6? So, our rule is We only have one base here, so we don’t worry about similar bases. Click here to give it a try! Quit
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- 8. Simplify the expression This one is a bit more tricky than the rest- your expression will become a fraction! Take your expression and change the exponent to a positive. Now take 1 over your new expression. So becomes Now, our rule is Click here to give it a try! Quit
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- 10. Click here to watch a short video clip playing a song to help you remember your rules! Quit
- 11. Multiply Exponent to Exponent Cannot Simplify- Different Bases! Negative Exponents Divide Cannot Simplify- Different Bases! Quit
- 12. My name is Libby Whaley. I am a Sophomore at Grand Valley State University seeking a Mathematics and Secondary Education certification. I plan to teach high school Algebra and Calculus when I graduate. Please feel free to email me with any questions at whaleye@student.gvsu.edu Quit
- 13. http://www.mathdork.com/images/exp onents.JPG http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQs Qj1Q_CMQ http://www.purplemath.com/modules/e xponent.htm Quit

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