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Chapter 7

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What is a power of a product postulate? For any nonnegative bases and non zero real exponents, or any nonzero bases and integer exponents, (ab)^m = a^mb^m.
What is a negative exponent theorem? For any positive base b and real exponent n, or any nonzero base b and integer n,
What is product of powers postulate? For any nonnegative bases and nonzero real exponents, or any nonzero bases and integer exponents, b^m times b^n = b^m+n.
What is power of a power postulate? For any nonnegative bases and nonzero real exponents, or any nonzero bases and integer exponents, (b^m)^n=b^mn.
What is the zero exponet theorem? If b is a nonzero real number, b^0 = 1
What is the negative exponet theorem? For any positive base b and real exponent n, or any nonzero base b and integer exponent n, b^-n=1 divided by b^n
What is the Annual Compound Interest Formula? A=P(1+r)^t
What is the General Compound Interest Formula? A=P(1+r over n)^nt
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