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Dividing Exponential Expressions

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question 1 of 3

Simplify

(2^5)/(2^2)

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1.

Simplify

(x^2)/(x^-3)

2.

Simplify

(3^5)/(x^2)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz is an array of math problems. These problems will ask you to simplify exponential expressions. There is also a question related to the golden rule of dividing these forms of expressions.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The assessment will test you on your understanding of:

  • What exponents are
  • What is the base of an exponent
  • The method of dividing exponential expressions

Skills Practiced

The quiz will help you practice these following skills:

  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of dividing exponential expressions
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to simplify exponential expressions
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding dividing exponents and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

If you would like to further review these important exponent related concepts, then make sure to peruse our lesson Dividing Exponential Expressions. The lesson covers the following topics:

  • Defining exponents
  • Identifying the base of exponents
  • Explaining how to divide exponential expressions
  • Analyzing the reasons behind the rule of dividing exponential expressions
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