Covers laws of indices (including fractional and negative indices), solving equations involving indices (IGCSE FM syllabus) and raising a single term to a power.

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- GCSE-Indices.pptx
*(Slides)* - GCSE-LawsOfIndices.pdf
*(Worksheet)* - GCSE-LawsOfIndices.docx
*(Worksheet)*

## J Benning

### 29th Sep 2020 Flag Comment

sir on slide 7 it says that y^10 x y^10 is y^100 but I thought it was y^20

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## A Ghumman

### 16th Jul 2017 Flag Comment

Dear Sir, Question 14 on Slide 14 appears to be wrong. I think you must have misunderstood that it was meant to be to the power of 5 and not to the power of 4. Thank you, Aman

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### 10th Jul 2017 Flag Comment

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## Mr P Hough

## 8th Nov 2020 Flag Comment

Slide 7 (GCSE-Indices.pptx) says y^10 x y^10 = y^100 rather than y^20