Multiplying Exponents

Definition: Applying one the Rules of Exponents when a power is raised to another power.

(am)n=amn
am×bm=(ab)m
am×an=am+n

Example: Simplify (3²)³

Solution: 

Step 1: Identify the exponents. Here they are 2 and 3.

Step 2: Multiply the exponents.2 × 3 = 6.

Step 3: Write and simplify (if possible) the result. 3^6 = 729

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