In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to simplify an exponential expression in algebra. There are neither audio nor typed instructions in this video. It is a demonstration of the steps involved in the process. To do this, simply expand the exponentials and then multiply or divide in steps to solve the problems. These are illustrated by a few examples in this video. 3^5 = 3x3x3x3x3 = 9x9x3 = 81x3 = 243. X^6/ X^2 = (x.x.x.x.x.x)/ (x.x) = x^4. 7^2 x 7^15 / 7^13 = 7^17 / 7^13 = 7^4. As you can see, there are different methods of simplifying exponentials to solve them easily.
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