Adding exponents
This proofs shows that you can add exponents when multiplying powers with the same base.
This proofs shows that you can add exponents when multiplying powers with the same base.
This proofs shows that every logarithm can be written as a division of two logarithms with a custom base.
This proof shows that the difference of two logarithms with the same base is just one logarithm with the inside parts being divided.
This proof shows how to factor a difference of two cubes.
This proof shows how to factor a difference of two squares.
This proof shows how to factor a sum of two cubes.
This proof shows the famous keep-change-flip rule when dividing by fractions.
This proofs shows that a logarithm of a power is the same as the exponent multiplied by that logarithm.
This proofs shows that the exponents can be multiplied when a power is raised to another power.
This proof shows how the famous quadratic formula works.
This proof shows the formula for adding and subtracting angles for sine and cosine.
This proof shows that the sum of two logarithms with the same base is just one logarithm with the inside parts being multiplied.