Algebra 1 7-2 Independent Practice: Multiplying Powers With the Same Base
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by Matthew Richardson
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Writing: Can the expression be written as a single power? Explain your reasoning.

Yes;

No; Since x and y are different bases, the expression can not be written as a single power.
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Reasoning: Suppose that the expressions here represent two numbers in scientific notation.
Is their product, expressed below, always, sometimes, or never a number in scientific notation?

Always
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Never
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Error Analysis: Your friend makes this statement.
Explain your firend's error. What is the correct answer?
You may use the following notation to represent rational exponents in plain text: 4a^(1\2).
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