
A quick example of distributing an external exponents to all factors in a rational expression


A short demo of this rule


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.


An example of distributing an exponent outside the parentheses to each factor iinside and then using the negaitve exponent definition to eliminate the negative.


Shows how to manipulate fractional exponents in variou sways


Shows how to create squares under the square root so that both the exponent of two and the square root will elminiate each other.


This type of equation is solved by factoring a GCF from both terms once the proper form is achieved. Then the zero product property allows the separation of the two factors into two solvable linear…


Shows how to distribute a division like you do with multiplication when there is one term being distributed.


Demonstrates what happens when the F.O.I.L. method is applied to multiply two binomails of the form (a + b) (a  b). It's special circumstance that allows a short cut.


Demonstrates how to multiply a single term by an expression with more than one term but containied in parentheses. using distribution.


Another example of simplifying a fraction in parentheses raised to a power


Using the quotient rule, we can eliminate the negeatiev exponent rigiht awa and then applly the "power rule".


A short example of how to deal with a fraction raised to a negative power.
