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The Quotient Rule of Exponents and Negative Exponents

Unit 6: Exponential Functions
Lesson 6 of 13

Objective: SWBAT simplify exponential expressions using the Quotient Rule and rewrite expressions with negative exponents.

Big Idea: To use quotients to show why any expression to the Zero Power is 1! and to clear up the misconception of dividing the exponents instead of subtracting them.

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Math, Exponents and Exponential Functions, Algebra, Warm UP, master teacher project, negative exponents, independent practice, guided notes, Exit Slip, simplify exponential expressions, quotient rule of exponents, rewriting exponential expressions
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