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Powering EX) the expression x^n read "x to the nth power" or "nth power of the x."
Repeated multiplication Meaning of a positive integer power. EX)x^7=xxxxxxx.
Products of powers 1 For any nonnegative bases and nonzero real exponets, or any nonzero bases and integer exponents,b^m times b^n=b^m+n
Products of powers 2 For any nonnegative bases and nonzero real exponents,or any nonzero bases and integer exponents, (b^m)^n=b^m times n
Products of powers 3 For any nonnegative bases and nonzero real exponents, or any nonzero bases and integer exponents,(ab)^m=a^m b^m
Zero exponent theorem If b is a nonzero real number, b^0=1. Also,any number divided by itself equals one.
Annual compound interest formula EQ)A=P(1+r)^t A varies directly as P but not directly as r.
General compound interest for mula EQ)A=P(1+r/n)^nt.P=Amount invested and r=compound n=times per year.
Constant ratio A geometric sequence, the ratio of successive terms in constant.So the constant multiplier is r.
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