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# Evaluating Exponential Expressions

## Evaluate numbers raised to positive, negative, and fractional powers

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## Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Powers - Overview

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## Power of a Product Property - Overview

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## Evaluating Exponential Expressions Using Multiple Exponent Properties - Overview

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## Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Powers - Example 1

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Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Integers and Powers

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## Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Powers - Example 2

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Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Decimals and Powers

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## Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Powers - Example 3

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Evaluating Numeric Expressions with Fractions and Powers

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## Power of a Product Property - Example 1

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Simplifying Expressions Using the Power of a Product Property

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## Evaluating Exponential Expressions Using Multiple Exponent Properties - Example 1

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Evaluating Exponential Expressions Involving the Zero Exponent Property and Other Properties

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## Evaluating Exponential Expressions Using Multiple Exponent Properties - Example 2

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Evaluating Exponential Expressions Involving the Negative Exponent Property and Other Properties

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