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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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Q: Can you use the distributive property to multiply decimals by powers of 10?
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Can you use the product of powers property to multiply powers with different bases?


Diffinition of product of powers property?

this is the property for when you multiply two or more exponents together hope this helps ya :) lol forev

How do you multiply and divide decimals by powers of ten?

move the decimal point how much zeros that is in the number multiply to the Right, divide to the Left 18.75 X 100= 1875 !8.75/100= 0.1875

What kind of math do you learn in 6th grade?

In 6th Grade, you learn how to Multiply and Divide Fractions and Decimals. And learn square roots, the Powers of Ten.

What property can you use to multiply the expressions with exponents?

The Addition Property of Exponents. To multiply powers with the same base, add the exponents. e.g. 34 x 37 = 311, x2x3 = x5, and (3x2yz3)(2x5y2z) = 6x7y3z4.

What is similar when you multiply decimals and divided decimals by powers of ten?

You move the decimal place by as many positions as the number in the exponent.Examples (using "^" for powers): * To multiply by 10^5, you move the decimal point 5 positions to the right. * To multiply by 10^(-6), you move the decimal point 6 positions to the left. * To divide by 10^6 is the same as to multiply by the reciprocal - by 10^(-6). See the previous example.

Writing numbers in standard form with decimals and powers?

It is using the scientific notation.

What is the purpose of using decimals rather than fractions as a whole?

Decimals are easy to compare, add, subtract, multiply, and divide, because they already have a common denominator. You can tell at a glance which is bigger than which. +++ Further the SI, or metric-based, units are based on decimals and powers of 10, so any vulgar fractions in using them arise only when writing real values in a formula.

How can number patterns be used to multiply by powers of ten?


When do add exponents?

when you multiply powers with the same base.

What do decimals and scientific notation number have in common?

The are used to represent numbers using powers of ten.

When an exponent to a power is multiplied by an exponent is to a different power do you multiply the powers together?

No, you add the powers together.

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