2.5ExponentLaws2 - 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 3 c(2(4 d(7 11)0

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Lesson 2.5: Exponent Laws II 1. Write each expression as a product of powers or a quotient of powers. 2. Write as a power. a) (3 × 2)4b) [(4) × 3]2c) [(2) × (4)]3d) (7 × 11)0e) (10 ÷ 5)3f) [(12 ) ÷ (6)]2g) 448h) 6101a) (34)2b) (50)3c) (72)2d) [(3)3]23. Why is the value of [(3)3]2positive and the value of [(3)3]3negative? 4. Simplify, then evaluate. 5. Simplify, then evaluate each expression. 6. Find and correct any errors in each solution. = 810 = 1 073 741 824 = 10 000 000 = 210
ANSWER KEY for Lesson 2.5 1. a) 34× 24b) (4)2× 32c) (2)3× (4)3d) 70× 110 e) 103÷ 53f) (12)2÷ (6)2 g) 4484h) 661102. a) 38b) 50c) 74d) (3)63. [(3)3]2is positive because it is the square of a power, and the square of any number is positive. [(3)3]3is negative because it simplifies to (3)9, and the product of an odd number of negative factors is

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• Fall '13
• Exponentiation, Power of two, odd number

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