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8.3: Negative Exponents

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exponents of zero For all real numbers \chi, \chi \neq 0, \chi^0=1.
Negative Power Rule for Exponents \frac{1}{\chi^n} = \chi^{-n} where \chi \neq 0.
Negative Exponent Property The negative exponent property states that \frac{1}{a^m} = a^{-m} and \frac{1}{a^{-m}} = a^m for a \neq 0.
quotient rule In calculus, the quotient rule states that if f and g are differentiable functions at x and g(x) \ne 0, then \frac {d}{dx}\left [ \frac{f(x)}{g(x)} \right ]= \frac {g(x) \frac {d}{dx}\left [{f(x)} \right ] - f(x) \frac{d}{dx} \left [{g(x)} \right ]}{\left [{g(x)} \right ]^2}.
Zero Exponent Property The zero exponent property says that for all a \neq 0, a^0 = 1.

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