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Rules of exponents
Multiplying powers
Remember that:
$a^0=1\;\;and\;\;\;a\fs2^1\fs3=a$

Multiplying powers with the same base.
You can multiply powers with the same base by adding the exponent.

an · am = an + m

$3\fs2^4\fs3\;\cdot\;\;3\fs2^7\fs3=3\fs2^{4+7}\fs3=3\fs2^{11}$

$2\fs2^5\fs3\;\cdot\;2\fs2^4\fs3\;\cdot\;2=2\fs2^{5+4+1}\fs3=2\fs2^{10}$

Multiplying powers with the same exponent.
You can multiply powers with the same exponent by multiplying the bases.

$a\fs2^n\fs3\;\cdot\;b\fs2^n\fs3=(a\;\cdot\;b)\fs2^n$

$3\fs2^4\fs3\;\cdot\;5\fs2^4\fs3=(3\;\cdot\;5)\fs2^4\fs3=15\fs2^4$

$(2\;\cdot\;3)\fs2^5\;=\fs3\;2\fs2^5\;\fs3\cdot\;3\fs2^5$

Fill in all the gaps, by typing in the correct answer:

$8\fs2^8\cdot\;8=$