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Simplifying Expressions with Exponents  Problem 5
Alissa Fong
Alissa Fong
MA, Stanford University
Teaching in the San Francisco Bay Area
Alissa is currently a teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area and Brightstorm users love her clear, concise explanations of tough concepts
When you multiply two fractions that involve exponential expressions, if there are any powers raised to powers, you should simplify those first. Use the power to power rule where the exponents are multiplied. From there, you can either reduce each fraction first and then multiply, or you can multiply first and reduce later. You should get the same result either way. Remember to multiply the coefficients, but add the exponents.
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Alissa Fong
M.A. in Secondary Mathematics, Stanford University
B.S., Stanford University
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Simplifying Expressions with Exponents
Problem 1 10,285 viewsSimplify:
(^{2x⁴} ⁄ _{xyz²})² 
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Problem 2 8,636 viewsSimplify:
(^{3} ⁄ _{x})⁻¹(^{2x²} ⁄ _{y³})⁻² 
Simplifying Expressions with Exponents
Problem 3 6,998 viewsSimplify:
(3a⁰b)²b⁴c 3³(ab²)⁻¹c³ 
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Problem 4 1,696 views 
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Problem 5 1,044 views 
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Problem 6 720 views 
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Problem 7 750 views
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