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Power Rule for Exponents: Examples




 
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Videos, worksheets, and solutions to help Grade 7 students learn about exponent rules.

What is the Power Rule for Exponents?
The Power Rule for exponents states that when we raise a power to a power, we can multiply the exponents. (32)5 = 310

The Power Rule - Multiplying Exponents
Learn the power rule, which states that when simplifying a power taken to another power, multiply the exponents.
Algebra - the power rule for exponents
This video show how to use the power rule to simplify exponents. Remember that you must have an expression with an exponent, that is in turn raise to another exponent. For this rule, we multiply the exponents together.



Learn to solve problems that combine the exponent rules
Exponents - Power Rules


 

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