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EXAMPLE OF USE OF QUOTIENT OF POWERS.docx
EXAMPLE OF USE OF QUOTIENT OF POWERS.docx

The Negative Exponent Property

Unit 4: Powers and Exponents
Lesson 4 of 16

Big Idea: Students often struggle when negative exponents pop up. This lesson helps develop their meaning and overcome the difficulties.

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Math, Algebra, Simplifying Equations and Expressions, Exponents and Exponential Functions, negative exponents, powers, 8th grade, reciprocal
55 minutes

Mauricio Beltre

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