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RULES OF EXPONENTS The Product Rule: am an = am + n The Quotient Rule: am / an = am - n The Power Rules: (am)n = am n Negative Exponent: a- n = 1 /

PDFI actually recommend a modified quotient rule where you simply take the larger exponent minus the smaller, and leave the result on the side of the division bar

PDFThe quotient rule tells us that we can divide two powers with the same base by subtracting the exponents You can see why this works if you study the example

PDFQUOTIENT RULE: To divide when two bases are the same, write the base and REMEMBER: An exponent applies to only the factor it is directly next to unless

PDFof exponents in your notes, and be able to apply We can apply the quotient rule to expressions containing more than one variable Here

PDFNotice that it makes more sense to apply the quotient rule first for examples (a) and (b) Applying the exponent rules to simplify the expression before

PDFExponent Rules Ex1) Suppose you have Quotient Rule for Exponents: = − > Practice using quotient rule

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