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Chapter 7 Clark

Chapter 7 flash cards

Describe x^n x is the base n is the exponent is called a power
Product of Powers B^n*B^m=B^(m+n)
Power of a Power (B^m)^n=B^(m*n)
Power of a Product (aB)^m=a^m*B^m
Power of a Quotient (a/B)^m=a^m/B^m
Zero Exponent B^0=1
Number of Real Roots Positive-2 real nth roots, if n=even -1 real nth root, if n=odd Negative-0 real nth roots, if n=even -1 real nth root, if n=odd
Identity Power B^1=B
General Compound Interest Formula A=P(1+(r/n))^nt, r=annual interest rate, n=# of times compounded in a years
Rational Exponent x^m/n=(x^m)^1/n the nth root of nth power of x x^m/n=(x^n)^1/m the mth root of mth power of x
Created by: TWenderski