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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 3 3.3. 1 exponent rules : 1. x3: xh = xBin 2 . 4 X + 2 = 4 x . 42 3. x3/ x1 = x3-n 4. 4X-2 = 4# /42 product rules : 1. 1092 1095 = 10g (2-5) = 10910 = 1 2 . 109 64 + 109 6 9 = 1096 ( 4 . 9 ) = 1094 36 = 2 quotient rule: 1 . 109 20 - 109 2 = 10g ( 20 / 2) = 10910= 1 2 . 109 6 18 - 10963 = 1094 ( 18/3) = 109,06 = 1 power rule : 1. 21092 - 10922 - 1094 2. 2109 3 10932 - loga 3. 21095- 10952 - 10925 4 examples 1. 2109 36 + 10g35 - 1093 20 1093 36+10935-109320 log3 180- 1093 20 10 9 3 9 =2 2. 4 10 9 2 3 109281...
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