How to Simplify Polynomials With Exponents?

Answer Polynomial expressions consist of variables and constants, joined by the four mathematical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and raised to positive integer exponents. ... Read More »

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How to Simplify the Properties of Exponents?

Exponents work by raising a base, or number, by itself by a set number of times. For example, the expression 2^3 translates into 2*2*2. The properties of exponents bind at a greater power than othe... Read More »

How to Simplify Fractions With Exponents?

Fractions and exponents together can be confusing. Fractions can have exponents, and exponents can be fractions. Fractions can even have fractional exponents. Any of these can be intimidating the f... Read More »

How to Simplify Negative Exponents?

Exponents are numbers that are written to show that a value must be multiplied times itself a specific number of times. The value that is multiplied times itself is called the "base." Using exponen... Read More »

How to Combine Like Terms & Simplify Polynomials?

A polynomial is a mathematical expression that includes constants and variables. The variables can be combined by addition, subtraction or multiplication and non-negative integer exponents, but no... Read More »