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

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

No, you add the powers together.

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.

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when you multiply powers with the same base.

What do you mean by product of powers?Is that what you mean?am * an = a(m+n).The above is only valid when the base (a) is same for both the expressions.

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Rules for exponents to multiply powers, add the exponents to divide powers, subtract the exponents to find a power of a power, multiply the exponents to find a power of a quotient, apply the power top and bottom to find a power pf a product, apply the exponent to each factor in the product x0 = 1 anything to the power zero equals one x-a = 1/xa a negative exponent means "one over" the positive exponent

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).

120 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 5 Written as a product of powers is (2^3) * 3 * 5

Delegated powers Concurrent powers Reserved powers

Delegated powers Concurrent powers Reserved powers

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