How to use the product rule for exponents to simplify an expression?

The Product Rule for exponents states that when we multiply two powers that have the same base we can add the exponents.
For example, 3^{2} x 3^{5} = 3^{7}

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Product Rule for Exponents

This video develops the Product Rule for Exponents.

This video show how the product rule for exponents can be used to simplify an expression. Remember that for the product rule we add the exponents.

This video demonstrates how to use the product rule for exponents.

Exponents - Product Rule.

This video provides several examples of how to simplify exponential expressions. The product and power rule of exponents are emphasized.

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