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EXPONENTS UNIT REVIEW
1. Write as a positive exponent, and then evaluate:
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Foundations & Pre-calculus of Math 10
Unit 3 Powers & Exponents Study Guide
Instructions: Please show your work for each of the questions below!
1. Which of the following is equivalent to
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