Simplifying Rational Exponents - multiplication rule

Example: 3x ^{3/2}•2xThe bases are the variables "x" one has a power of 3/2and the other has a power of 1. The new power is 3/2 + 1 = 3/2 + 2/2 = 5/2. When like bases are multiplied together the powers of those like basses are added to get the new power. When entering fractional exponents use the "slash" keyfor the fraction bar ... / ... and enter the entire fractionin one answer box as shown above. The Multiplication Rule for ExponentsAnswer:6 x ^{5/2}When like bases are multiplied together the powers of those like basses are added to get the new power. When entering fractional exponents use the "slash" keyfor the fraction bar ... / ... and enter the entire fractionin one answer box as shown above. The Multiplication Rule for ExponentsAnswer:When like bases are multiplied together the powers of those like basses are added to get the new power. When entering fractional exponents use the "slash" keyfor the fraction bar ... / ... and enter the entire fractionin one answer box as shown above. The Multiplication Rule for ExponentsAnswer:those like basses are added to get the new power. The Multiplication Rule for ExponentsAnswer:those like basses are added to get the new power. The Multiplication Rule for ExponentsAnswer:those like basses are added to get the new power. The Multiplication Rule for ExponentsAnswer:those like basses are added to get the new power. The Multiplication Rule for Exponents3n 1/4 •2n -3/4 Answer:those like basses are added to get the new power. Lets try this with numbers.The Multiplication Rule for Exponents5 ^{½}•5^{½}Answer:those like basses are added to get the new power. Lets try this with numbers.The Multiplication Rule for Exponents3 •3 1/2 3/2 Answer:those like basses are added to get the new power. Lets try this with numbers.The Multiplication Rule for Exponents4 •4 1/2 Answer: |

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