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To multiply powers of the same base:
X
^{2 }
* X
^{3 =}
Add the exponents
X
^{2+3}
=
X
^{ 5 }
To divide powers of the same exponent:
X
^{6}
=
X
^{2 }
Subtract Powers
X
^{6}
= x
^{6-2}
= X
^{4}
X
^{2 }
To find the power of a power
(x
^{2}
)
^{3}
=
Multiply the exponents
(x
^{2}
)
^{3 }
= x
^{(2)(3}
) = x
^{6 }
is X
^{4}
always grater than x
^{2}
?
No when x= 0 they are equal
Card Set Information
Author:
janislizardi
ID:
20665
Filename:
GMAT_Flash_Cards
Updated:
2010-05-25 05:42:23
Tags:
Algebra Exponent Rules
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Description:
Algebra Exponent Rules
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