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Use your knowledge of the laws of exponents and laws of radicals to pick one of the four answers that best matches the problem. If a check mark appears when you select an answer, it is correct. If not, select another answer. For help, click or tap on the question mark. Click or tap on the reset problem button to set a new problem.

Click on the check mark at the bottom for a quick, five question quiz! After you think you've selected the correct answer, reset it. Please note the blue checkmark will not appear when keeping score in the challenge mode. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for each correct answer; the right counter counts the number of problems you've done. When you're done, your score will be shown on the screen.

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Use your knowledge of the laws of exponents and laws of radicals to pick one of the four answers that best matches the problem. If a check mark appears when you select an answer, it is correct. If not, select another answer. For help, click or tap on the question mark. Click or tap on the reset problem button to set a new problem.

Click on the check mark at the bottom for a quick, five question quiz! After you think you've selected the correct answer, reset it. Please note the blue checkmark will not appear when keeping score in the challenge mode. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for each correct answer; the right counter counts the number of problems you've done. When you're done, your score will be shown on the screen.

Click the teacher's apple to return to the Exponents & Radicals home page.

( x y)-n =

Example:

(xy)-3

= x-3y-3= y3x3

= (yx)3

(xy)-3

= x-3y-3= y3x3

= (yx)3

( x y)-n =

Example:

(xy)-3

= x-3y-3= y3x3

= (yx)3

(xy)-3

= x-3y-3= y3x3

= (yx)3

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