**1. How to multiply powers with the same base?**

If we have to multiply the powers which have the same base then we have to add the exponents.

**Example**

**2. How to divide powers with the same base?**

If we have to divide the powers which have the same base then we have to subtract the exponents.

**Example**

**3. How to take the power of a power?**

If we have to take the power of a power then we have to multiply the exponents.

**(a**^{m}**)**^{n}** = a**^{mn}

**Example**

**4. How to multiply the powers with the same exponents?**

If we have to multiply the powers where the base is different but exponents are same then we will multiply the base.

**a**^{m}**b**^{m}** = (ab)**^{m}

**Example**

**5. How to divide the powers with the same exponents?**

If we have to divide the powers where the base is different but exponents are same then we will divide the base.

**Example**

**6. Numbers with Exponent Zero**

Any number with zero exponents is equal to one irrespective of the base.

**7. Numbers with Exponent One**

Any number with one as the exponent is equal to the number itself.

**a**^{1}** = a**

**8. Power with a Negative Exponent**

Negative exponents can be converted into positive exponents.

**Example**

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