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Laws of Exponents

am X an = am+n am ÷ an = am-n ( am )n = am n am X bm = (ab)m am ÷ bm = (a/b)m
a0 = 1 a-m

Laws of Exponents are of following types

  • Multiplication of Same Base with Different Exponents (am X an = am+n )

  • Division of Same Base with Different Exponents (am an = am-n)

  • One Base with Exponent of Exponent[(am )n = am n ]

  • Multiplication of different Bases with Same Exponent am X bm = (ab)m

  • Division of different Bases with Same Exponent am bm = (a/b)m

  • Base with Zero Exponent is always equal to 1 (a0 = 1)

  • Base with negative exponents i.e. a -m = 1/m

    All these Laws are explained with examples in the above respective links.

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