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Exponential growth and decay word problems | Algebra II | Khan Academy


By Khan Academy

Watch these examples of constructing exponential growth and decay models from the description of a relationship between two variables.

      Properties of Rational Exponents Part Two


      By charlie Lindelof

      YouTube presents Properties of Rational Exponents Part Two, an educational video resource on mathematics.

          Solving an Equation Involving Rational Exponents - Example 2


          By PatrickJMT

          YouTube presents Solving an Equation Involving Rational Exponents - Example 2, an educational video resource on math.

              Solving an Equation Involving Rational Exponents - Example 3


              By PatrickJMT

              YouTube presents Solving an Equation Involving Rational Exponents - Example 3, an educational video resource on math.

                  Properties of Rational Exponents


                  By charlie Lindelof

                  YouTube presents Properties of Rational Exponents, an educational video resource on mathematics.

                      More on Rational Exponents


                      By Learners TV

                      More on Rational Exponents

                          Solving an Equation Involving Rational Exponents - Example 1


                          By PatrickJMT

                          Youtube Presents Solving an Equation Involving Rational Exponents - Example 1 an educational video resources on english language arts

                              "Rational Exponents" | Algebra 1 with Educator.com


                              By Educator

                              "Rational Exponents" | Algebra 1 with Educator.com

                                  Definition, Evaluation of numbers with Rational Exponents


                                  By Learners TV

                                  Definition, Evaluation of numbers with Rational Exponents

                                      Simplify Rational Exponents


                                      By Educator

                                      Simplify Rational Exponents

                                          Exponents: Multiplying Variables with Rational Exponents – Basic Ex 2


                                          By PatrickJMT

                                          Exponents: Multiplying Variables with Rational Exponents – Basic Ex 2

                                              Algebra 2 - Rational Exponents


                                              By Yaymath

                                              Join the mathemagician's adventure into simplifying expressions with different exponents. Fraction exponents, negative exponents, and roots of varying powers. YAY MATH!

                                                  Ex: Evaluate an Expression with Rational Exponents Using Radicals


                                                  By Mathispower4u

                                                  This video provides examples of how to evaluate an expressions with rational exponents by writing the expression in radical form and then simplifying.

                                                      Simplifying a radical expression using rational exponents


                                                      By Brain McLogan

                                                      Learn how to simplify rational powers using the power and the product rules. There are some laws of exponents which might come handy when simplifying expressions with exponents. Some of the laws include the product law which states that the product of numbers/expressions having the same base is equivalent to taking one of the base with the sum of the original exponents as the new exponent. The power law says that when an expression with an exponent is raised to another exponent that it is equivalent to the expression with the product of the original exponents as the new exponent. Knowledge of these exponent laws will help you in simplifying power expressions using the power rule and the quotient rule.

                                                          Exponents: Multiplying Variables with Rational Exponents – Basic Ex 1


                                                          By PatrickJMT

                                                          Exponents: Multiplying Variables with Rational Exponents – Basic Ex 1

                                                              More rational exponents and exponent laws | Algebra I | Khan Academy


                                                              By Khan Academy

                                                              Khan Academy presents More Rational Exponents and Exponent Laws, an educational video resource on math.

                                                                  Radical equivalent to rational exponents 2 | Algebra I | Khan Academy


                                                                  By Khan Academy

                                                                  Khan Academy presents Radical Equivalent to Rational Exponents 2, an educational video resource on math.

                                                                      Simplify Rational Exponents" | Algebra 1 with Educator.com


                                                                      By Educator

                                                                      Simplify Rational Exponents" | Algebra 1 with Educator.com

                                                                          Multi-step simplification of rational exponent expressions


                                                                          By Khan Academy

                                                                          Sal shows how to rewrite������������������������������(5a^4b^12) as an exponential expression and then simplify it.