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Product Rule for Exponents: Examples

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The Product Rule for exponents states that when we multiply two powers that have the same base we can add the exponents. For example, 32 x 35 = 37

Using the Product Rule to simplify exponents
Learn the product rule, which states that when multiplying two powers that have the same base, add the exponents.

Description and examples of the product and quotient rules of exponents
Exponents: Product rule

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