Exponents - Power Rule

Exponents - Power Rule
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Part of video series Exponents
Taught by YourMathGal
More free YouTube videos by Julie Harland are organized at http://yourmathgal.com
Develops the Power Rule for Exponents and Product of a Power or Quotient Rule, and examples using more than one rule.

  • What is the power rule for exponents?
  • How do you simplify (x^3)^4?
  • Why do you multiply exponents when a variable to an exponent is raised to an exponent?
  • Why does (x^3)^4 equal x^12 and not x^7?
  • How can you simplify (a^12)^10?
  • How can you evaluate or simplify (6^3)^8?
  • How do you simplify (2x^3/m^2)^4?
  • How can you simplify (-5x^3n/m^8)^2?
  • How do you simplify complicated expressions like -4x^5m(3x^2m)^2/(2x)^3 using rules of exponents?
  • How would you simplify (-7)^22/(-7)^20?
  • What is the power of a product rule for exponents?
  • What is the power of a quotient rule for exponents?
  • How would you simplify (2m^4)^3 using rules of exponents?
You will learn all about the power rule for exponents in this lesson. Many example problems are shown, and problems get more difficult as the lesson goes on. A couple of different ways of simplifying are shown in this video. This lesson is great for practice with exponents.
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Reviewed by MathVids Staff on September 19, 2009.
 
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