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1.
(a/b)^m: a^m/b^m once b is not zero

2.
(a^m)^n: a^mn (a to the power of m times n)

3.
(ab)^m: a^m times b^m (also written a^mb^m)

4.
a^ -(3/2): 1/square root of (a to the power of 3)

5.
a^-(1/2): 1/square root a

6.
a^-1: 1/a

7.
a^-2: 1/a^2

8.
a^(1/2): square root of a

9.
a^(3/2): square root of (a to the power of 3)

10.
a^1/3: cube root of a

11.
a^m times a^n: a^m+n

12.
for a not equal to zero, a^m/a^n if m < n: a/a^ n-m

13.
for a not equal to zero, a^m/a^n if m = n: 1

14.
for a not equal to zero, a^m/a^n if m > n: a^m-n

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