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Can you please give me a few different math examples of what you meant when you said - You do not add powers with different exponents, but not powers of different bases. Thank you so much.

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    You only add the powers of numbers with the same base and different exponents if you are multiplying the two numbers.

    For example,
    x^2 * x^b = x^(a+b)

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