# Exponents Test Review

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- Q1What is the product rule of exponents?When multiplying two terms with the same base, you multiply their exponents.When multiplying two terms with the same base, you add their exponents.When multiplying two terms with the same base, you subtract their exponents.When multiplying two terms with the same base, you divide their exponents.30s
- Q2What is the quotient rule of exponents?When dividing two terms with the same base, you multiply their exponents.When dividing two terms with the same base, you divide their exponents.When dividing two terms with the same base, you subtract their exponents.When dividing two terms with the same base, you add their exponents.30s
- Q3What is the power rule of exponents?To raise a power to another power, you subtract the exponents.To raise a power to another power, you divide the exponents.To raise a power to another power, you multiply the exponents.To raise a power to another power, you add the exponents.30s
- Q4What does a zero exponent mean?Any term raised to the power of zero is undefined.Any term raised to the power of zero equals itself.Any term raised to the power of zero equals zero.Any term raised to the power of zero equals 1.30s
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