Laws of Exponents

May 11th, 2015
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All the laws of exponents are given with examples.

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LAWS OF EXPONENTS1) Example: Which means, any number that has a power of 1, will be equal to the number itself.2) Example: Basically, any number with a power of 0 will be equal to 1.3) Example: So, a negative in the power doesnt mean a negative value, it just means a fraction.4) Example:So, until unless the base are equal, we can always add the powers during multiplication.5) Example: Similarly, until unless the base are equal, we will subtract the powers while division.6) Example: Whenever the powers are placed like this with a parenthesis in between, we multiply the powers.7) Example: As the base are not same but both numbers have the same power, we do not add the powers, just distribute it to both the numbers.8) Example: Similarly, as the base are not same, but both numbers have the same power, we do not subtract the powers, just distribute it to both the numbers.9) Example: This is s

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