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8.1: Exponential Properties Involving Products

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exponent

exponent

An exponent indicates how many times a number is multiplied by itself. An example would be 2^3. You would multiply 2 by itself 3 times: 2 \times 2 \times 2. The number 2 is the base and the number 3 is the exponent. The value 2^3 is called the power.
Power of a Product Property

Power of a Product Property

For all real numbers \chi, (\chi^n)^m = \chi^{n \cdot m}.
Product of Powers Property

Product of Powers Property

For all real numbers \chi, \chi^n \cdot \chi^m = \chi^{n+m}.

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Feb 24, 2012

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Feb 26, 2015
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