
Shows how to create common bases so that then the exponents can be set equal to each other and that equation can be solved.


A multivariable fraction that is reduced by applying the quotient rule and the definition of a negative exponent.


A qucik example of applying the qoutient rule for exponents and the definition of a negative exponent.


Two examples of expressions with negative exponents that are changed to expressions with positive exponents, leaving the numerical factor as is.


Two examples are shown with negative exponents. The reciprocal is produced first before applying the exponent to the numerator and denominator in each example.


A simplification of a fraction with products and exponents in parentheses raised to an external power


Two bases with exponents divided by the same bases with different exponents are presented and simplified using the quotient rule. The negative exponent definition is also discussed and applied.


A short review of these two rules and then an application of them to two multifactor expressions.


A short example of how the power rule works.


A straightforward examplel of a simplification using the product rule for exponents.


The product rule is stated in general and then applied to an example.


A quick intro to how and why the product rule for exponents works.


Shows how to manipulate fractional exponents in variou sways


Two examples of how to deal with negative fractional exponents


Two examples of how to apply a fractional exponent to a whole number base.


Reminder of the negative exponent rule, then transforming a couple of numerical expressions with negative numbers as bases as well as exponents.
