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    Math Review help

    What's going on everyone, got i math test tommorow and i need help with a few questions from the review...

    A) Fill in the Blanks

    To Simplify a power of a power keep the base the same and ( ) the exponets.

    Any Base raised to an exponet of zero is equal to ( )

    Any Base raised to a negative exponet is equal to the reciprocal of the base raised to a ( ) exponet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdawson View Post
    What's going on everyone, got i math test tommorow and i need help with a few questions from the review...
    Well, you should learn your material.

    To Simplify a power of a power keep the base the same and ( ) the exponets.
    Multiply?

    Any Base raised to an exponet of zero is equal to ( )
    The question probably wants '1' (one), but that is not correct. Is this true, 0^{0} = 1?

    Any Base raised to a negative exponet is equal to the reciprocal of the base raised to a ( ) exponet
    Come, now. You have to do this one.

    Oh, and while you are at it, please figure out the correct spelling of exponent.
    Last edited by TKHunny; November 9th 2009 at 05:49 PM.
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