Algebra 1 7-2 Guided Practice: Multiplying Powers With the Same Base
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by Matthew Richardson
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Solve It! Scientists estimate the number of stars in the universe using this exponential expression.
The number of grains of sand in a cubic meter of beach sand can be approximated using this expression.
Suppose all of the sand from the world's beaches is combined into one large beach, as shown in the diagram. Are there more stars in the universe or grains of sand on the world's beaches?
Grains of sand on the world's beaches
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Solve It! Explain your reasoning.
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