How to Multiply Exponents?

Once you know the exponent rules, it is very easy to multiply exponents. The rule that pertains to multiplying exponents tells us that when you have an expression like (3^6)x( 3^4)that contains terms with exponents, you can add the exponents only if both terms have the same base. Since the base is 3 for both, we can add the exponents 6 and 4 to get the answer as 3^10. For more information, look here: