the answer is simple you can not
Two to the eighth power (you add exponents to multiply).
This is one of the laws of exponents, which states that xa * xb = x(a+b) The base is x, and the two powers (or exponents) are a and b.
when two numbers are multiplied together that are exponents you multiply the bases amd add the exponents the relationship would simply be that the product exponents are the sum of the exponents being multiplied in the question
You get an expression in two variables which you may or may not be able to simplify.
If your multiplying two numbers with the same base you add the exponents. EX. 4^2 * 4^3 This means 4 to the 2nd power times 4 to the 3rd power. You just add the 2 and 3. Now it becomes: 4^5 Hope this helped!
When a base is raised to a power inside a quantity , multiply the two exponents to solve.
You add two fractions with a different denominator by multiplying the denominators by a number that will make them equal. Be sure to multiply the numerator by that number too.
To simplify, you write one copy of the base, then add the exponent. Example:x^5 times x^3 = x^8 In the case of positive integer exponents, this can easily be derived by writing each power as a repeated multiplication. However, this law is also valid for negative or fractional exponents.
You can have an infinite number of different exponents on a base number, you would then have an infinite amount of different numbers.
When you add the two exponents together and get the reaction of the first two denominators
I can think of two: - To multiply powers with the same base, add the exponents: (a^b)(a^c) = a^(b+c). - To find a power of a product, apply the exponent to each factor in the product: (ab)^c = (a^c)(b^c).
Product= the total of two integers multiplied together Sum= The total of two integers added together
As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 27*3 = 384
As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 23*52 = 200
Product = multiply.
√n = n1/2 Explanation: To multiply two terms with the same base, you add the exponents, e.g. n2 x n3 = n5. If n1/2 x n1/2 = n1 (= n), then n1/2 must be √n.
Well you can multiply 2 and 2 and it will give you 4 when u add
When you multiply fractions together, you multiply the numerators together to get the numerator of the answer and you multiply the denominators together to get the denominator of the answer. For example: 1/2 * 2/3 = (1*2)/(2*3) = 2/6 = 1/3. When multiplying exponents of the same base together, you simply add the two exponents and make that the exponent of the same base. For example: 22 * 23 = 25 = 32. Or for the algebra-savvy: x2 * x3 = x5.