## Multiplying and Dividing Exponent Expressions - Sample Math Practice Problems

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### Complexity=5, Mode=multiply

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
 1 5 75 × 5 -78 Final Exponent: 5   Value: 2 2 -16 × 2 13 Final Exponent: 2   Value:

### Complexity=5, Mode=divide

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
 1 3 -98 ÷ 3 -97 Final Exponent: 3   Value: 2 3 94 ÷ 3 91 Final Exponent: 3   Value:

### Complexity=5, Mode=3

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
 1 4 -91 ÷ 4 51 × 4 142 Final Exponent: 4   Value: 2 1 -45 × 1 -95 × 1 138 Final Exponent: 1   Value:

### Complexity=5, Mode=4

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
 1 2 -6 × 2 -44 ÷ 2 29 × 2 81 Final Exponent: 2   Value: 2 2 -34 ÷ 2 -42 ÷ 2 -57 ÷ 2 68 Final Exponent: 2   Value:

### Complexity=5, Mode=5

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
 1 4 34 × 4 63 ÷ 4 -42 ÷ 4 14 × 4 -127 Final Exponent: 4   Value: 2 3 66 ÷ 3 -63 ÷ 3 92 × 3 94 × 3 -128 Final Exponent: 3   Value:

### Complexity=5, Mode=multiply

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
15 75 × 5 -78   Final Exponent: 5
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
Final exponent = 75 + -78 = -3
5 75 × 5 -78 = 5-3
5-3 = 1/125
22 -16 × 2 13   Final Exponent: 2
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
Final exponent = -16 + 13 = -3
2 -16 × 2 13 = 2-3
2-3 = 1/8

### Complexity=5, Mode=divide

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
13 -98 ÷ 3 -97   Final Exponent: 3
Value:
Solution
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = -98 - -97 = -1
3 -98 ÷ 3 -97 = 3-1
3-1 = 1/3
23 94 ÷ 3 91   Final Exponent: 3
Value:
Solution
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = 94 - 91 = 3
3 94 ÷ 3 91 = 33
33 = 27

### Complexity=5, Mode=3

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
14 -91 ÷ 4 51 × 4 142   Final Exponent: 4
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = -91 - 51 + 142 = 0
4 -91 ÷ 4 51 × 4 142 = 40
40 = 1
21 -45 × 1 -95 × 1 138   Final Exponent: 1
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = -45 + -95 + 138 = -2
1 -45 × 1 -95 × 1 138 = 1-2
1-2 = 1

### Complexity=5, Mode=4

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
12 -6 × 2 -44 ÷ 2 29 × 2 81   Final Exponent: 2
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = -6 + -44 - 29 + 81 = 2
2 -6 × 2 -44 ÷ 2 29 × 2 81 = 22
22 = 4
22 -34 ÷ 2 -42 ÷ 2 -57 ÷ 2 68   Final Exponent: 2
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = -34 - -42 - -57 - 68 = -3
2 -34 ÷ 2 -42 ÷ 2 -57 ÷ 2 68 = 2-3
2-3 = 1/8

### Complexity=5, Mode=5

Find the final exponent and the value of the expression after the exponent has been evaluated. If the answer is a fraction, express it as 'numerator'/'denominator', i.e. '5/7'
14 34 × 4 63 ÷ 4 -42 ÷ 4 14 × 4 -127   Final Exponent: 4
Value:
Solution
When you multiply two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can add the exponents.
When you divide two exponent expressions with the same common base, you can subtract the exponents.
Final exponent = 34 + 63 - -42 - 14 + -127 = -2
4 34 × 4 63 ÷ 4 -42 ÷ 4 14 × 4 -127 = 4-2
4-2 = 1/16