Laws of Exponents
Listed below are the Regulations (explanations follow):
Law Case
x1 = x 61 = six
x0 = 1 70 = one particular
x1 = 1/x 41 = 0.25

xmxn = xm+n x2x3 = x2+3 = x5
xm/xn = xmn x6/x2 = x62 = x4
(xm)n = xmn (x2)3 = x2×3 = x6
(xy)n = xnyn (xy)3 = x3y3
(x/y)n = xn/yn (x/y)2 = x2 / y2
xn = 1/xn x3 = 1/x3
And the regulation about Fractional Exponents:

Laws and regulations Explained
The first 3 laws over (x1 = by, x0 = 1 and x1 = 1/x) are simply part of the natural sequence of exponents. Take a look at this model: Example: Powers of your five
.. etc ..  
52 1 × 5 × 5 25
51 1 × 5 5
50 1 1
51 1 ÷ 5 0. 2
52 one particular ÷ five ÷ 5 0. 04
.. etc ..  
You will see that confident, zero or negative exponents are really portion of the same style, i. electronic. 5 times much larger (or smaller) depending on perhaps the exponent gets larger (or smaller). Legislation that xmxn = xm+n
With xmxn, how many times can you end up multiplying " x"? Answer: first " m" times, then by another " n" times, for the total of " m+n" times. Case: x2x3 = (xx)(xxx) = xxxxx = x5
So , x2x3 = x(2+3) = x5
The law that xm/xn = xmn
Like the prior example, just how many times will you end up growing " x"? Answer: " m" times, then reduce that by " n" times (because you happen to be dividing), for the total of " mn" times. Model: x4/x2 = (xxxx) / (xx) = twenty = x2 = x42
(Remember that x/x = you, so every time you see an x " above the line" and a single " below the line" you can cancel these people out. ) This law can also demonstrate why x0=1�:
Case in point: x2/x2 = x22 = x0 =1
What the law states that (xm)n = xmn
First you increase in numbers x " m" times. Then you have to do that " n" moments, for a total of m×n times. Case: (x3)4 = (xxx)4 = (xxx)(xxx)(xxx)(xxx) sama dengan xxxxxxxxxxxx = x12 So (x3)4 = x3×4 = x12
What the law states that (xy)n = xnyn
To show how this place works, imagine of rearranging all the " x" t and " y" as with this model: Example: (xy)3 = (xy)(xy)(xy) sama dengan xyxyxy sama dengan...