Rules of Exponents SWBAT-apply the rules for exponents to evaluate expressions Monomial is an expression that is a number, a variable, or a product of a number and variables.

Constant is a monomial containing no variables.

Coefficient is a numerical factor of a monomial.

Degree is the sum of the exponents of a monomial’s variables.

Power is the expression of the form xn. Multiplying Powers: Negative Exponents: Laws of Exponents Power of a Product: Power of a Power: Dividing Powers: Laws of Exponents 1 Power of Zero: Power of a Quotient: Laws of Exponents Examples using the laws of exponents: a * a m n

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# Exponent Rules

These are the rules for exponents

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