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ALGEBRA AND MORE HOMEWORK HELP

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Working with exponential expressions using the seven exponential rules: product rule, quotient rule, power rule, power of a product rule, power of a quotient rule, zero exponent rule, negative exponent rule, and fractional exponents which gives us our radicals. The radicals result because the top , or numerator, of the fraction represents the exponent under the radical sign and the bottom, or denominator, of the fraction gives us the index. Long division and synthetic division will be discussed and reviewed.

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