8.N.1 - Apply Laws of Exponents (Multiplication & Division)
 1. Apply the rules for exponents to write this expression with one base: 32 x 35A) 37B) 3-3C) 90D) 332. Apply the rules for exponents to write this expression with one base: 73 x 33A) 216B) 103C) 106D) 2133. Apply the rules for exponents to write this expression with one base: 412÷44A) 48B) 4C) 4-8D) 4164. Apply the rules for exponents to write this expression with one base: 405÷45A) 3610B) 365C) 105D) 1005. Apply the rules for exponents to write this expression with one base: (53)4A) 512B) 60C) 51D) 576. Write the rule for multiplying powers with the same base: na x nb =A) (n x a)(n x b): multiply each base by each exponent then multiply those products by each otherB) n(a - b): keep the base, subtract the exponentsC) n(b - a): keep the base, subtract the exponentsD) n(a + b): keep the base, add the exponents7. Write the rule for multiplying powers with the same exponents: an x bn =A) (a x b)n: multiply the bases, keep the exponentB) (a x b)(n + n): multiply the bases, add the exponentsC) (a + b)n: add the bases, keep the exponentD) (a + b)(n + n): add the bases, add the exponents8. Write the rule for dividing powers with the same base: na ÷ nb =A) n(a - b): keep the base, subtract the exponentsB) n(b - a): keep the base, subtract the exponentsC) n(a + b): keep the base, add the exponentsD) (n x a) ÷ (n x b): multiply the bases by the exponents, divide9. Write the rule for dividing powers with the same exponent: an ÷ bn =A) (a - b)(n + n): subtract the bases, add the exponentsB) (a ÷ b)n: divide the bases, keep the exponentC) (a x b)(n - n): multiply the bases, subtract the exponentsD) (a - b)n: subtract the bases, keep the exponent10. Write the rule for raising a power to a power: (ab)cA) a(b - c): keep the base, subtract the exponentsB) (a x b x c): multiply the base by both exponentsC) a(b + c): keep the base, add the exponentsD) a(b x c): keep the base, multiply the exponents
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