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Intermediate Algebra Section 5.1

Exponential Expressions

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When multiplying monomials with the same base, you ___ the exponents.Add
When dividing monomials with the same base, you ___ the exponents.Subtract
When you raise a power to a power, you ____ the exponents.Multiply
A natural number raised to the zero power equalsOne
Degree of a monomialSum of the exponents of the variables
The exponent indicates the number of times the base occurs as aFactor
A non-zero constant is the same as that number timesX to the zero
A negative exponent is shorthand for aReciprocal
If a fraction is raised to a negative power, you can _____ the fraction.Flip
2 raised to the -4 equals1/16
2 raised to the 4th power equals16
The square root of 16 equals4
The fourth root of 16 equals2
In scientific notation, the base is10
When writing in scientific notation, the first number must be between1 and 10
When writing a small number in scientific notation, the exponent isNegative
When writing a large number in scientific notation, the exponent isPositive
A negative exponent does not change the ___ of a numberSign
Zero raised to the zero power isUndefined
The denominator of a fraction may never equalZero


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