Master 2.21 - Name Master 2.21 1 Lesson 2.5 Exponent Laws II Write each expression as a product of powers or a quotient of powers a(3 2)4 b(4 3]2

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Name:___________________________________ Class:_________ Lesson 2.5: Exponent Laws II 1. Write each expression as a product of powers or a quotient of powers. a) (3 × 2) 4 b) [(–4) × 3] 2 c) [(–2) × (–4)] 3 d) (7 × 11) 0 e) (10 ÷ 5) 3 f) [(–12 ) ÷ (–6)] 2 g) 4 4 8 Ο Π Ξ Μ Ν Λ h) 6 10 1 Ο Π Ξ Μ Ν Λ 2. Write as a power. a) (3 4 ) 2 b) (5 0 ) 3 c) –(7 2 ) 2 d) [(–3) 3 ] 2 3. Why is the value of [(–3) 3 ] 2 positive and the value of [(–3) 3 ] 3 negative? 4. Simplify, then evaluate.

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• Spring '16
• Chemistry, Exponentiation, Power of two, Referential transparency

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