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**exponent**with 'product rule' tells us that, when two powers are multiplying having the same base, you should add the

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**xponents**. I will make you understand bu giving some Examples

The Exponents are seen in many algebra problems, so it is very important that you

should understand the rules while studying exponents.

should understand the rules while studying exponents.

Number 3 raised to the power of "3" = 27. Then the power shows how

many times the base is multiplied by itself. It shows that the base (3) is

multiplied '3' times to itself.

many times the base is multiplied by itself. It shows that the base (3) is

multiplied '3' times to itself.

When exponents are in the form of Multiply For Example: -

**2**^{3}X2^{4}= 2^{(3+4)}= 2^{7}The exponent in the form of Multiplication tells us that, when multiplying two powers that

having the same base, you should add the exponents. In this example, you can

see how it works by adding the exponents-is just a short cut

see how it works by adding the exponents-is just a short cut

When exponents are in the form of Division For Example: -

**2**^{4}X2^{2}= 2^{(4-2)}= 2^{2}
The exponent in the form of Division tells us that, when Division two powers that having the same base, you should subtract the exponents. In this example, you can see how it works by subtracting the exponents-is just a short cut

Rest you can see in the video, how it works.

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