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ALGEBRA 2Lesson 48 of 95

ADVANCED EXPONENT PROBLEMS

Numerical Bases and Exponents of Zero

Students learn to simplify exponential expressions that have numerical bases and exponents of zero. For example, to simplify 3^4 times 3^6, the bases stay the same, and the exponents are added together, to get 3^10. To simplify (5^6)^2, the base stays the same, and the exponents are more...

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