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# Power Properties

## Definition of Power Properties

Power of a Power Property: This property states that the power of a power can be found by multiplying the exponents.
That is, for a non-zero real number a and two integers m and n, (am)n = amn.

Product of Powers Property: This property states that to multiply powers having the same base, add the exponents.
That is, for a real number non-zero a and two integers m and n, am × an = am+n.
Quotient of Powers Property: This property states that to divide powers having the same base, subtract the exponents.
That is, for a non-zero real number a and two integers m and n, .

Power of a Product Property: This property states that the power of a product can be obtained by finding the powers of each factor and multiplying them.
That is, for any two non-zero real numbers a and b and any integer m, (ab)m = am × bm.

Power of a Quotient Property: This property states that the power of a quotient can be obtained by finding the powers of numerator and denominator and dividing them. That is, for any two non-zero real numbers a and b and any integer m,.

### Example of Power Properties

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• Power of a Power Property: (22)3 = 43 = 64 is the same as 22×3 = 26 = 64.
• Product of Powers Property: 22 × 25 = 4 × 32 = 128 is the same as 22+5 = 27 = 128.
• Power of a Product Property: (3 × 4)2 = 122 = 144 is the same as 32 × 42 = 9 × 16 = 144.
• Quotient of Powers Property: is the same as 54-3 = 51 = 5.
• Power of a Quotient Property: is the same as .

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