Exponents
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Law's of Exponents

Product Law:
Whenever you multiply two terms with the same base, add the exponents.
am an = am + n

Quotient Law:
When you divide two powers with the same base, just subtract the exponents.
am / an = am - n
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 Power Law: To simplify any power of power, simply multiply the exponents.                        (am)n = amn Example: Find 1910* 19100 *1925. Solution: Since all the bases are the same, so simply add the exponents to get the answer 1910 * 19100 * 1925 = 1910 + 100 + 25 = 19135

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