1. | The exponents of exponential expressions with different bases can be added together. |
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2. | X ^{4} x ^{3} will result in an exponent of |
3. | There is no fundemental mathematical truth for what 0 ^{0} is equal to |
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4. | Any base raised to this power will equal one |
5. | The result of simplifying the expression (x ^{3} y ^{4} ) ^{3} is |
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6. | If a number has no power written then the power is assumed to be |
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7. | All bases have an exponent |
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8. | [(x ^{4} y ^{5}) ^{-3} - (x ^{5}) ^{-3/2}] ^{0} |
9. | "Cross the line Change the sign" refers to simplifying what type of exponential expressions |
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10. | Write an explination of why bases raised to the zero power are equal to 1 |