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algebra chapter 9

algebra chapter 9, exponents

prime number a positive integer that has no positive integers as factors, other than 1 and itself
Exponention for any real number x and for any real number a,
product of two powers with equal bases if you multiply 2 powers, and both bases are equal, then you can add the exponents and use the same base
power of a product exponentiation distributes over multiplication
power of a power If you raise a power to a power, then you can multiply the exponents.
multiplication property of fractions to multiply two fractions, multiply there numerators and multiply their denominators
power of a quotient exponentiation distributes over division
quotient of two powers with equal bases if you divide two powers and they have the equal bases, then you can subtract the exponents and use that same base.
negative exponents for any nonzero number x, and any integer n
zero exponent for any nonzero number x
mantissa the factor on the left after the decimal point in scientific notation
characteristic the exponent for the power of 10 in scientific notation
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