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Laws of Exponents

Directions: Use the whole numbers 1 through 20, at most one time each, and fill in the blanks to create equivalent expressions.

Hint

Hint

What types of numbers are easy to arrange into products?

Answer

Answer

Source: Shaun Errichiello

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3 comments

  1. This problem was fantastic! My awesomely skilled sixth graders found seven more solutions to this problem! I wonder if we found them all? Thank you!

  2. I see that some students have found more solutions. I thought I might share a solution found by one of my 8th graders.

    (2^2)^5 = (2^6)^11/(2^7)^8 = 2^3 x 2^7 = 2^20/2^10

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