Today we learned that when we multiply a set of a base and an exponent (x^2)^3 = 6. This is different than multiplying two bases and their exponents. a^2 x a^3 = a^5. The latter example when you multiply you add the exponents. Our homework tonight is to focus on the first example pages 1 and 2. Keep working hard. It always pays off!
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