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Laws of Exponents Practice using PowerPoint. Joe Hill Director of Math and Technology Rockingham County Public Schools jhill@rockingham.k12.va.us. Laws of Exponents. Compute: 2 5. Answer: 32. Laws of Exponents. Compute: 5 -2. Answer: 1/25. Laws of Exponents. Compute: 0 2.

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### Laws of Exponents Practice using PowerPoint

Joe Hill

Director of Math and Technology

Rockingham County Public Schools

jhill@rockingham.k12.va.us

Compute: 25

Compute: 5-2

Compute: 02

Compute: 20

Compute: 00

Compute: - 42

Compute: (-4)2

Compute: - 4-2

Compute: 0.125-2

Compute: (45 )(42)

Compute: (45 )2

Express in scientific notation: 12,300,000

Express in scientific notation: 0.00123

(2 x 108)(6 x 109)

(3.1 x 108)(6 x 10-9)

(4 x 108)+(2 x 109)

Multiply and express in exponential form: (45 )(82)

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