# How do you put a superscript in an equation in Word?

## How do you put a superscript in an equation in Word?

Tips for Using Microsoft Word Equation Editor

1. tab right takes you out.
2. ctrl+L puts you into subscript mode.
3. ctrl+J assigns both a superscript and a subscript.

## Do you add exponents or multiply?

To multiply two exponents with the same base, you keep the base and add the powers.

## What are the 6 laws of exponents?

Laws of Exponents

• Multiplying Powers with same Base.
• Dividing Powers with the same Base.
• Power of a Power.
• Multiplying Powers with the same Exponents.
• Negative Exponents.
• Power with Exponent Zero.
• Fractional Exponent.

## What happens when the quotient rule is applied?

The quotient rule, is a rule used to find the derivative of a function that can be written as the quotient of two functions. More simply, you can think of the quotient rule as applying to functions that are written out as fractions, where the numerator and the denominator are both themselves functions.

## How do you find the product of exponents?

Notice that the exponent of the product is the sum of the exponents of the terms. In other words, when multiplying exponential expressions with the same base, we write the result with the common base and add the exponents. This is the product rule of exponents.

## What is simplify each expression?

Simplifying an expression is just another way to say solving a math problem. When you simplify an expression, you're basically trying to write it in the simplest way possible. At the end, there shouldn't be any more adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing left to do.

## What is the 6 letter rule to simplify expressions?

Answer: Remove any grouping symbol such as brackets and parentheses by multiplying factors. Use the exponent rule to remove grouping if the terms are containing exponents. Combine the like terms by addition or subtraction.