This lesson is not taught at this time.

It’s included on this web site, because some of the students run into this formula during the online exercises.** (x^y)z = x^(y*z)**

example (5^2)^3 = 5^2*3

**Explore: ****Online exercises! (15 minutes)**

Go to http://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/exponents-radicals/e/exponent_rules

And start doing the exercises online. Click for the hint/step if you don’t understand, and ask your teacher questions. Write down what you think the rule is.

Exponent expression to a power is not part of this lesson, but part of the exercise. to learn more about this see this video:

http://youtu.be/rEtuPhl6930

thus (x^y)z = x^(y*z)

Continue until you are done with the Khan academy exercises – or your teacher tells you to shift gears. We will spend only a set amount of time on this exercise – about 15 minutes.

Remember, do this for your learning – do not cheat. You need to

**understand**the steps.