This video provides justification as to why a^(-1)=1/a using a pattern and the quotient property of exponents.

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# Negative Exponent: Why is a^(-1)=1/a?

# Zero Exponent: Why is a^0=1?

# The Distributive Property with Fractions in the Form a/b(x+c)

# The Distributive Property in the Form a(bx+c)

# The Distributive Property in the Form a(x+b)

# Introduction to The Distributive Property (Basic Examples)

# Create Equivalent Equations II (4 Steps)

This video provides justification as to why a^(-1)=1/a using a pattern and the quotient property of exponents.

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This video provides justification as to why a^0 = 1 using a pattern and the quotient property of exponents.

This video demonstrates the distributive property with a signed fraction times a sum or difference.

This video demonstrates the distributive property with a integer times a sum or difference.

This video demonstrates the distributive property with a integer times a sum or difference.

This video demonstrates the distributive property with a variable times a sum or difference whole numbers.

This video explains how to create equivalent equations from x = a. The solution x = a is verified.