Power To A Power Rule: Question Preview (ID: 4351)


Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled POWER TO A POWER RULE: Students Will Use The Power Of A Power Rule (double Exponents) To Simplify An Expression. Hint: 5^3 Means 5 To The Third Power. If You Need To Rewrite The Problem On Notebook Paper, And Then Use Power To A Power Rule. To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]


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(4^2)^3
a) 12^6 b) 4^6 c) 8^3 d) 6^4
(n^3)^6
a) n^18 b) n^9 c) n^3 d) 6n^18
(x^5)^2
a) x^7 b) x^3 c) 2x^10 d) x^10
(3x^5)^3
a) 9x^8 b) 9x^15 c) 27x^15 d) 27x^8
(7y)^2
a) 14y^2 b) 49y^2 c) 7y^2 d) 5y^2
(2x^3)^4
a) 6x^12 b) 16x^7 c) 6x^7 d) 16x^12
(3x^7)^2
a) 9x^14 b) 6x^9 c) 9x^9 d) 6x^14
(3^2)^5
a) 15^10 b) 3^7 c) 3^10 d) 15^7
(5y^5)^2
a) 25y^10 b) 10y^10 c) 25y^7 d) 10y^7
(y^5)^4
a) y^9 b) 4y^20 c) 4y^9 d) y^20
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