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Post by Nada Al Bedwawi on December 23, 2013

I am confused about how x which is -0.5 is greater than 0??

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Post by Jeffrey Tao on October 22, 2013

For the first example, b isn't an integer. I think the problem should be "given that NUMBERS a,b, and c..." instead of "given that INTEGERS a, b, and c..."

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Last reply by: Professor Vilkus
Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:02 AM

Post by Rajendran Rajaram on March 12, 2013

for the last ex, isn't -1/2 greater than -1. I am confused.

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Last reply by: Professor Vilkus
Tue Jan 29, 2013 8:13 PM

Post by Kevin Song on January 26, 2013

For the last example problem, isn't the -(1/2) less than 0?

Exponents on the SAT

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  • Intro 0:00
  • How Exponents are Tested on the SAT 0:09
    • Consider Plugging in on Exponent Problems
  • Learn by Example: Exponents in Simultaneous Equations 1:03
  • Learn by Example: Exponent Analysis 6:15