6.2: Quotient Rules for Exponents Difficulty Level: Advanced Created by: CK-12 Estimated9 minsto complete % Progress Practice Exponential Properties Involving Quotients MEMORY METER This indicates how strong in your memory this concept is Practice Progress Estimated9 minsto complete % Estimated9 minsto complete % Practice Now MEMORY METER This indicates how strong in your memory this concept is Share Add to Library Turn In Read Practice Resources Details Loading... Notes/Highlights Having trouble? Report an issue. Color Highlighted Text Notes Show More Vocabulary Language: English ▼ English TermDefinition Base When a value is raised to a power, the value is referred to as the base, and the power is called the exponent. In the expression , 32 is the base, and 4 is the exponent. Exponent Exponents are used to describe the number of times that a term is multiplied by itself. Power The "power" refers to the value of the exponent. For example, is "three to the fourth power". Image Attributions Show Hide Details Description This concept explores the quotient rules for exponents. Learning Objectives None Related Materials Exponential Properties Involving Quotients Recognize and Apply the Power of a Quotient Property Exponential Properties Involving Quotients Difficulty Level: Advanced Authors: Brenda Meery Kaitlyn Spong Tags: base exponent MAT.ALG.932.2.L.3 (1 more) Quotient Subjects: mathematics Algebra Concept Nodes: MAT.ALG.932.2 (Exponential Properties Involving Quotients) Grades: 9 , 10 Date Created: Apr 30, 2013 Last Modified: Mar 23, 2016 Vocabulary None Save or share your relevant files like activites, homework and worksheet.To add resources, you must be the owner of the Modality. Click Customize to make your own copy.