## Exponent Rules. . .Distributive Propertyof Exponents

Distributive Property - Exponent Rules . . .

Introduction to Exponents :

An exponent is a shorthand notation which tells how many times a number (or expression) is multiplied by itself.

For example, the number 2 raised to the 3rd power means that the number two is multiplied by itself three times:

The two in the expression is called the base, and the 3 is called the exponent (or power).

The Properties of Exponents (of Real Numbers) - Click Description

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Exponents: Distributive Property - How to Understand the Process

Exponents: Distributive Property - General Rule

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a number , and all exponents are integers

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and all exponents are integers

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and some exponents are positive fractions

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and some exponents are positive and negative fractions

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and some exponents are positive decimals

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and some exponents are positive and negative decimals

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and the expression within the brackets is a fraction

Exponents: Distributive Property - when each base is a variable , and exponents are algebraic expressions

Exponents: Distributive Property - using a 0 (zero) exponent

Exponents: Distributive Property - with a combination of bases and exponents