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# Laws of Exponents Worksheets

Utilize our printable laws of exponents worksheets as an essential guide for operating on problems with exponents. By steadily practicing these worksheets, students of grade 7, grade 8, and high school will be able to ace their tests in problems using the laws of exponents. Included within this set are worksheets catering to a wide range of topics such as laws of exponents, product rule, quotient rule, power of a power rule, power of a product rule, power of a quotient rule, and a few more. Now, you can access some of our worksheets for free!

Explore this chart that works as a handy reference for 7th grade students to brush up their knowledge of the various and important Law of exponents. Explaining Law of exponents with crystal-clear examples, this chart helps them drive home the concept.

Law of Exponents: Product Rule (a^{m}*a^{n} = a^{m+n})

The product rule is: when you multiply two powers with the same base, add the exponents. Train 8th grade students to rewrite each exponential expression as a single exponent with this set of pdf worksheets. Also, help them develop substantial skills in finding the value of the unknown exponent and MCQ.

Law of Exponents: Quotient Rule ((a^{m}/a^{n}) = a^{m-n})

Upgrade your skills in solving problems involving quotient rule by practicing these printable worksheets. The rule states that you can divide two powers with the same base by subtracting the exponents. To facilitate easy practice with numerals and variables, the worksheets are divided into two types.

Law of Exponents: Power of a Power Rule ((a^{m})^{n} = a^{mn})

Look through this set of pdf worksheets to gain sufficient knowledge in rewriting an exponential expression as a single exponent form and solving an exponential equation to find the value of the unknown. Take up the mini MCQ at the end of the worksheets.

Law of Exponents: Power of a Product Rule ((a*b)^{m} = a^{m}*b^{m})

The power of a product rule states that a term raised to a power is equal to the product of its factors raised to the same power. In order that students apply the rule with confidence and their learning becomes super easy, a variety of problems involving numerals and variables are provided.

Law of Exponents: Power of a Quotient Rule ((a/b)^{m} = (a^{m}/b^{m}))

The quotient rule states that two powers with the same base can be divided by subtracting the exponents. Follow this simple rule to adeptly and quickly solve exponent problems using the power of a quotient rule. Simplify the questions by performing arithmetic operations and applying the rule.

Evaluate Using Law of Exponents: Mixed review - Type 1

Master evaluating expressions involving numerals with this set of printable worksheets that offers two levels of practice. With eight problems in every page, high school students become well versed in the concept.

Evaluate Using Law of Exponents: Mixed review - Type 2

Employ this stock of pdf worksheets to boost your practice of evaluating expressions involving numerals and variables. The key is for children to use prime factorization and apply the relevant rule of exponents. To arrive at the full and final answer, let them now perform arithmetic operations.

Reiterate the concept of finding the value of the missing variable using exponent rules with these printable worksheets. Apply the law of exponents and solve for the variable x in section A; apply the law and solve for the variables x and y in section B.

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