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 Using the Laws of Exponents 2019-09-06 From Samiya:i have been struggling with the laws of exponents so im having trouble with this question. the question is to write (b*exponent2*c)(b*exponent5*c*exponent4*)Answered by Penny Nom. 2^a, 2^b, 1^1 and 1^0 2017-03-17 From Émile:If you had 2^a = 4 and 2^b = 4 you could assume that a = b right? Yet we can observe that 1^1 and 1^0 both equal 1, yet 1 = 0 isn't true. So if given a log base 1 number 1 the would the answer be 1 AND 0?Answered by Penny Nom. (7cubed * 8(exponent6))exponent 6 2011-01-29 From Shalaine:What is the exponential form of (7cubed•8(exponent6))exponent 6?Answered by Penny Nom. What is the square root of 729 to the third power? 2007-04-25 From Tori:What is the square root of 729 to the third power?Answered by Penny Nom.

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