law of exponents
the theorem stating the elementary properties of exponents, as the property that the product of the same bases, each raised to an exponent, is equal to the base raised to the sum of the exponents: xa ⋅ xb = xa+b.
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New law bans use of confusing words and sentences in government documents. Read the resultsOn October 13, 2010, President Obama signed into law the “United States Plain Writing Act of 2010.” Thirteen years after President Clinton issued his own “Plain Writing in Government” memorandum, the revised set of guidelines states that by July of this year all government agencies must simplify the often perplexing bureaucratic jargon used in documents produced for the American public. Gone are the grammatically longwinded sentences, …
- law of diminishing returns,
- law of dominance,
- law of effect,
- law of excitation,
- law of excluded middle,
- law of gravitation,
- law of heart,
- law of identity,
- law of independent assortment,
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