Color, luster, streak, hardness, cleavage, fracture, and crystal form are the most useful physical properties for identifying most minerals.
answer:Product of Powers. Power to a Power. Quotient of Powers. Power of a Product. Power of a Quotient.
Let a and b be real numbers and let m and n be rational numbers, such that the quantities in each property are real numbers. When you multiply powers, do not multiply the exponents. For example, 32 ⋅35 ≠ 310. Use the properties of radicals to simplify each expression.
product of powers
power of a power
quotient of powers
power of a product
power of quotient
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Properties of Matter
Each element has its own set of physical and chemical properties.
Properties are used to identify elements
Chemical properties- materials change into other materials.
Physical properties- can be measured without changing the material