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Laws of Indices—Part 1
Index the rules of exponents. The British resource presents the laws of exponents for multiplication, division, raising a power to a power, and raising to the power of zero. Explanations demonstrate why the rules work.
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- Have class members write the rules in words
- Use the video to introduce the properties of exponents
- The class should understand the concept of exponents
- Provides a list of the rules of exponents
- Contains problems for pupils to work
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