This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to apply the 6th Law of Exponents. The 6th law of exponents says, to raise a product to a power, you can multiply each of its factors by the same power. For example if you have (acm) to the power x, that will be equal to the product of (a to the power x), (c to the power x) and (m to the power x). How is this done? (acm) to the power x is same as (a to the 1, c to the 1 and m to the 1). What we are doing is, we are multiplying each of those exponents by x.
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