# math

application of the laws of exponent.

show different ways of simplifying each of the following expression. answer the question that follow.

1. 2^5 * 2^4
2. x^4 * x^7
3. (3^2)^3
4. (m^4)^5
5. (5^3 * 2^2)^2

1. how did you simplify each expression above?
2. what do you think would make it easy to simplify the given expression? why?

asked by diana
1. simply know and apply the rules of exponents.

e.g.
2. x^4 * x^7 =x^11

posted by Reiny
2. thanks.. :)

posted by diana

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