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# 8.1 Exponent Multiplication

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### 8.1 Exponent Multiplication

1. 1. Algebra Warm Up: pg. 376 # 65 to 73
2. 2. 8.1 Laws Of Exponents: Multiplying Monomialspg. 370 -376 First you need to know the vocabulary: Base: The number or variable that is being raised to a power Exponent: The nunber or variable that is attached to the upper right corner of the base. --Tells how many times a number is used as a factor (# of times you need to multiply that number by itself)
3. 3. The first rule of Exponents: Product of powers: When you have like bases--you add the exponents:
4. 4. pg. 372 NOTE: what do the directions say? If they had said quot;Evaluatequot;, then what do you have to do?
5. 5. This concept can be used on more complicated problems! (recall your PEMDAS) A monomial is---an expression that is a constant, variable or a product of the 2. Essentially--to do these problems you need to : 1. Multiply the coefficients 2. Multiply the like bases(meaning you add the exponents) 3. Simplify OR because you are multiplying.... 1. Drop off the parentheses 2. Rearrange the coeffiecients together and the variables together 3. Then multiply (remember when multiplying like bases you are adding the exponents) 4. Simplify
6. 6. Sometimesyou will have to substitute things in a problem and then use the rules to simplify!
7. 7. try some..pg. 374 # 6-17 DO NOT do # 14