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

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Yes.

In many ways. It really depends on the algebraic expression. If several terms are added/subtracted, you can usually combine similar terms (terms that have the same combination of variables). If variables are multiplied, you can combine the same variable, adding the corresponding exponents. Sometimes expressions get simpler if you factor them; sometimes you have to multiply out (in other words, the opposite of factoring). Quite frequently, you have to use a combination of methods to simplify expressions. Take an algebra book, and look at some of the examples.

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You multiply 5x5 then 9x1.

use disributive property

No.

One way is that if the problem is 2(5+3) than you take the 2 and multiply by 5 and then you take the 2 and multiply it by the 3. 2x5=10 and 2x3=6 so you would take 10+6 which is the answer and if the problem says to evaluate the expression,you would add 10 and 6 which is 16! With expressions that have variables, you would do the same thing. For example, with th problem 2(n+3) ,the answer would automatically be 2n+6 (the 6 is there because 2x3=6)

An example of how to use the distributive property: If you have 6x(5+4) you multiply 6x by 5 and get 30x. Then you multiply 6x by 4 and get 24x and then you would have 30x+24x which = 54x

You wouldn't. if it was something like 15(X-95) then you could use the distrubutive property but that is just a multiplication problem

When you add or multiply, you can group the numbers together in any combination.

the distributive property is only used when simplifying expressions or solving an equation: to write an expression just translate the question into symbols and letters - you don't need to use the distributive property or any other property for that

Oh I hate these! I have quiz tomorrow on them, which stinks. Im in pre-algebra though

PEMDAS is an acronym of the order in which operations must be carried out: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Divisin, Addition and Subtraction. You cannot use PEMDAS to multiply, since it is not an operation. give an example.

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The laws of exponents work the same with rational exponents, the difference being they use fractions not integers.

(40+200)+(5+80)

A carpenter won't usually have much use for exponents, or other advanced math topics.

They use as expressions the words small, timeworn and clean

how many different ways can you use the digits 3 and to write expressions in exponential form/ what are the expressions

To calculate this, write the number as a power of ten, and use the fact that when you raise a power to a power, you simply multiply the exponents. (10^10)100 = 10^20

there are no keys for exponents, but you use this ^. its used for online classes.

They normally use exponents, scientific notation and factoring.....i think but not entirely sure! :-/ They normally use exponents, scientific notation and factoring.....i think but not entirely sure! :-/ They normally use exponents, scientific notation and factoring.....i think but not entirely sure! :-/

24 + 36 = (2 x 12) + (3 x 12) = 5 x 12 = 60

Multiply both sides by 7.

it any number can multiply by the same its commutative