# Algebra in 15 Minutes a Day by LearningExpress LLC Editors

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Example text

The product of 2m3 and 5m5 is 10m8. Multiplying can be a bit trickier when the bases of each factor are a little different. Here’s another example. Example (8x2y3)(–9x7) = Follow the same steps. First, multiply the coefﬁcients: (8)(–9) = –72. Put every base in either term into the answer. Both terms have a base of x, so x is a base in our answer. The ﬁrst term also has a base of y, so our answer has a base of y, too. Next, add the exponents of the bases that each term has in common. The exponent of x in 8x2y3 is 2 and the exponent of x in –9x7 is 7, so the exponent of x in our answer is 2 + 7 = 9.

Carry the bases of the dividend into the answer with its exponent, since that base is not present in the divisor. The answer has a base of g with an exponent of 10. Carry the bases that are in the divisor but not the dividend into the answer. Change the sign of their exponents. The divisor has a base of y that is not in the dividend, so y will be in the answer, but with an exponent of –4 instead of 4. There are no terms common to the dividend and the divisor, so we have no subtraction to do. (35g10) ÷ (5y4) = 7g10y–4.

Combine the plus sign and the minus sign into a minus sign and subtract: 0 + (–6) = 0 – 6 = –6. 5. Combine the ﬁrst pair of signs into a minus sign, since the two signs are different: 9 + (–8) – (–2) = 9 – 8 – (–2). Combine the second pair of signs into a plus sign, because the two signs are the same: 9 – 8 – (–2) = 9 – 8 + 2 = 1 + 2 = 3. 6. Combine the ﬁrst pair of signs into a minus sign, since the two signs are different: 15 – (+2) + (–4) = 15 – 2 + (–4). Combine the second pair of signs into a minus sign, because the two signs are also different: 15 – 2 + (–4) = 15 – 2 – 4 = 13 – 4 = 9.