ALGEBRA 2
Lesson 46 of 95

EXPONENT RULES
The Power Rule
Students learn the power rule, which states that when simplifying a power taken to another power, multiply the exponents. For example, (x^2)^3 = x^6. To simplify (6x^6)^2, square the coefficient and multiply the exponent times 2, to get 36x^12.
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