Rules of Exponents, Solving Algebraic Equations and Ax+By=C Form with Talia, Libby, and Ronnie





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Published on May 28, 2012

The Seven Rules of Exponents:
• In order to multiply powers that have the same base, the exponents must be added to one another
• In order to find a power of a power, the exponents are multiplied together
• In order to find the power of a product the power of each factor must be multiplied.
• In order to divide powers having the same base, subtract the exponents
• Any number raised to the 0 power is 1
• Any number raised to the 1st power equals itself.
• Any number raised to a negative power becomes the reciprocal of that number, and changes the negative power to a positive power

Steps of How to Solve an Algebraic Equation:
• Clear the fraction
• Combine like terms
• Additive inverse
• Multiplicative inverse
• Exponential inverse

How to plot a line in Ax+By=C form using the intercept method: by making an x/y chart and then graphing.

How to convert an equation into y=mx+b form and then graphing.

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