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# Algebra Expressions with Exponents

## Calculate values of numbers with exponents

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## Evaluate Numerical and Variable Expressions Involving Powers

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Learn how to evaluate numerical expressions involving powers.
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## Algebra Expressions with Exponents

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Learn how to simplify exponential expressions using exponent rules.
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## Writing Powers in Words and as a Product - Overview

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Overview
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## Level 1 Exponents

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Reviews exponents and offers some example problems.
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## Simplifying Exponential Expressions

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Uses product and quotient rule to simplify expressions.
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## Writing Powers in Words and as a Product - Example 1

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Identifying the Exponent and Base
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## Writing Powers in Words and as a Product - Example 2

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Writing Powers in Words
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