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Exponential Expressions

Just Math Tutorials offers video tutorials on every aspect of algebra.

Here is one on Exponents: Basic Properties.

An exponential equation is one in which a variable occurs in the exponent, for example: 52x+3 = 53x-1


Evaluating exponential expressions from the Khan Academy

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