How to Find Monomial To a Power - Definition, Formula, Example

How to Find Monomial To a Power - Definition, Formula, Example

Definition:

A monomial is an expression in algebra that contains one term, like 3x^2. Monomials include: numbers, whole numbers and variables that are multiplied together, and variables that are multiplied together. Monomial is an algebraic expression which comprises of only one non-zero term and it includes numbers, whole numbers and variables.

Rules For Exponents:

xm . xn = xm + n
(xm)n = xmn
Example:

Multiply the monomials and simplify the expression (8x6)(x6)(2x6).

To find,

Multiply monomials

Solution:

Let us calculate the value of monomial from the given expression. = (8x6)(x6) (2x6)
Multiply the base values in the above expression and add the exponents. = (8x6)(2x6+6) = (16x6+12) = (16x18)

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