__laws of exponent.__

- b
^{n}x b^{m}= b^{n+m.} - a
^{c}/ a^{v}= a^{c - v} - (a
^{m})^{n}= a^{nm} - a
^{s }x b^{s}= (ab)^{s} - a
^{o}= 1 - a
^{s }/ b^{s}= (a/b)^{s} - (a+b)
^{2}= a^{2}+ 2ab + b^{2}

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### aising a Quotient to a power

When a product is raised to a power, you distribute the power to each term in the product

### Raising a Power to a Power

### Dividing powers with the same base.

## Negative Exponents

## If the base is the same you

## add the exponents. If they

## aren't you can't simplify it

## anymore.

## 7 Laws of Exponents

Any number to the zero power besides 0, equals 1.

### Zero as an exponent.

When the bases are the same you subtract the exponent and simplify the fraction if needed.

### Raising a product to a power

## When raising a power to a power you

## simply multiply the exponents together.

## Multiplying powers with the same

## base.

Distribute the power over each term in the quotient.

## If an exponent is negative put the integer under 1 for division. Same if there is a negative exponent on the bottom of a fraction, bring it up and it turns positive.

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