Chabot Mathematics. §1.6 Exponent Properties. Bruce Mayer, PE Licensed Electrical & Mechanical Engineer [email protected] MTH 55. 1.5. Review §. Any QUESTIONS About §1.5 → (Word) Problem Solving Any QUESTIONS About HomeWork §1.5 → HW-01. Exponent PRODUCT Rule.
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Chabot Mathematics
§1.6 ExponentProperties
Bruce Mayer, PE
Licensed Electrical & Mechanical [email protected]
MTH 55
1.5
Exponent
Base
c) (x + y)6(x + y)9d) (w3z4)(w3z7)
= x8
= 612
= (x + y)15
= w3w3z4z7
= w6z11
Base is x
Base is 6
Base is (x + y)
TWO Bases: w & z
Base is x
Base is 8
Base is (6y)
TWO Bases: r & t
= x12
= 416
Base is x
Base is 4
= a14b21a4b5Multiplying exponents
= a18b26 Adding exponents
a) m–5b) 5–2c) (−4)−2d) xy–1
a) m–5 =
b) 5–2 =
a) m–5b) 5–2c) (−4)−2d) xy−1
c) (−4)−2=
d) xy–1 =
a)
b) (x−4)−3 = x(−4)(−3) = x12
c) (3a2b−4)3 = 33(a2)3(b−4)3
= 27 a6b−12 =
d)
e)
f)
This summary assumes that no denominators are 0 and that 00 is not considered. For any integers m and n
AstronomicalUnit
(AU)