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The math maze By: Faizan Hassan First Rule: Integer exponents When the power is a negative integer than the number flips and it becomes one over a number Scientific notation Scientific notation is when ten to a power is multiplied by a number. Multiplication properties of exponents Multiplying exponents is when you have two number have the same base but have different exponents. If both powers are positive then just add them but if one is negative and one is positive then simply subtract. Division property of exponents When the you are dividing exponents you would subtract the numerator from the denominator when the bases are the same. Rational properties of exponents If you have a number to a power that is a fraction you would find the root of the number based on what the denominator of the fractional power is and if the numerator is not one then you would first find the root then multiply the base by the numerator. EXTRA SLIDE The end of the maze/rainbow Yay! you escaped the labyrinth and the minotaur Example: A to the power of negative one would be 1 over A Negative integer power example:

3*10 to the power of negative two is 0.003 because 1 over 300 is 0.003 Positive integer example:

2*10 to the power of 2 is 200 because you aren't making it one over 200, it just stays the normal way to would do it. Example of when both powers are positive:

two to the second power times two the the fourth power is equal to two to the sixth because you just add the powers. example when one power is negative and one is positive:

two to the fourth times two to the negative two equals two cubed Example: 1 to the third power divided by one to the first power would be one to the second power because you subtract the power of the numerator from the denominator. Example: A to the power of one half would be finding the square root of A because the denominator is two and that is what you would put but if the fraction was one third then you would find the cubed root.

Full transcript3*10 to the power of negative two is 0.003 because 1 over 300 is 0.003 Positive integer example:

2*10 to the power of 2 is 200 because you aren't making it one over 200, it just stays the normal way to would do it. Example of when both powers are positive:

two to the second power times two the the fourth power is equal to two to the sixth because you just add the powers. example when one power is negative and one is positive:

two to the fourth times two to the negative two equals two cubed Example: 1 to the third power divided by one to the first power would be one to the second power because you subtract the power of the numerator from the denominator. Example: A to the power of one half would be finding the square root of A because the denominator is two and that is what you would put but if the fraction was one third then you would find the cubed root.