## PROPERTIES OF EXPONENTS If two terms are multiplied with the same base, the base has to be taken once and exponents have to be added. That is. Example :. If two terms are in division with the same base, the base has to be taken once and exponents have to be subtracted. If there is an exponent for an exponential term, two exponents can either be multiplied or interchanged. That is. If there is a common exponent for the product of two or more terms, the exponent can be distributed to each term. If there is a common exponent for two terms in division, the exponent can be distributed to each term. If a term is moved from numerator to denominator or denominator to numerator, the sign of the exponent has to be changed. For any base, if the exponent is zero, its value is 1. For any base base, if there is no exponent, the exponent is assumed to be 1. If an exponent is transferred from one side of the equation to the other side of the equation, reciprocal of the exponent has to be taken. If the sign of the exponent is changed, reciprocal has to be taken for the base. If two terms are equal with the same base, exponents can be equated. If two terms are equal with the same exponent, bases can be equated. Problem 3 :. Problem 4 :. Problem 5 :. Apart from the stuff given in this section, if you need any other stuff in math, please use our google custom search here. You can also visit our following web pages on different stuff in math. Variables and constants. Writing and evaluating expressions. Solving linear equations using elimination method. Solving linear equations using substitution method. Solving linear equations using cross multiplication method. Solving one step equations. Solving quadratic equations by factoring. Solving quadratic equations by quadratic formula. Solving quadratic equations by completing square. Nature of the roots of a quadratic equations.

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