# Answer to Question #36413 in Algebra for jeremiah

Question #36413

how to write a product using exponets

Expert's answer

It is easier to explain using example.

If you have some value of the same multipliers then you can write it as

a*a*a*...*a (n times) = a^n.

If you have different multipliers then we get

a*a...*a (n times)*b*b...*b (k times) = (a^n)*(b^k).

If you have some value of the same multipliers then you can write it as

a*a*a*...*a (n times) = a^n.

If you have different multipliers then we get

a*a...*a (n times)*b*b...*b (k times) = (a^n)*(b^k).

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