## Algebra I: exponent properties

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# Algebra I: exponent properties

 product of powerswhen MULTIPLYING, and the bases are the same, you ADD the exponents.
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product of powers when MULTIPLYING, and the bases are the same, you ADD the exponents.
power of a power to find this, MULTIPLY the exponents... this is when you have 2 exponents on one base. this
power of a product when multiplying, apply the exponent to everything inside the parentheses
quotient of powers when DIVIDING and the bases are the SAME, you SUBTRACT the exponents.
power of a quotient when dividing, apply the exponent to everything inside the parentheses.

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