im kinda lost:/ someone please help me! Identify the Exponent Law shown in the example below. x2x4 = x2+4 = x6 (4 points) None of the choices below are correct. Power of a Product Power of a Power Product of Powers

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im kinda lost:/ someone please help me! Identify the Exponent Law shown in the example below. x2x4 = x2+4 = x6 (4 points) None of the choices below are correct. Power of a Product Power of a Power Product of Powers

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I don't know how to solve this, but do you at least know what the exponential law is?
that might help you
i might have to check notes... but thanks!

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Here is a link that also might help you: https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/exponent-laws.html
It doesn't give an answer, but it will help you find the answer yourself, maybe?
yeah. thats good

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