# rpahlevanlumath9

# Creating A Budget – Activity

**List three things you spend money on each month that would be fixed expenses.**

- Insurance
- Mortgage / Rent
- Cellphone / Utility Bills

**List three things you spend money on each month that would be variable expenses.**

- Groceries
- Activities
- Clothing

**If you needed to save some money, how could you change your spending?**

If I needed to save some money, I would review my spending on the variable expenses such as clothing, groceries etc.

**How much money could you save in a month without giving up too much?**

You can review the spaces where you can easily adjust, then look into cellphone bills, internet bills and other significant expenses.

# What I’ve Learned This Week

**Week of October 24th:**

The most noticeable skill I’ve learned this week was the exponent’s different rules.

**Rule: When multiplying powers with the same base, you add the exponents.**

This rule is pretty straight forward, you use the base and add up the bases, and use the sum as the exponent for your new multiplied number.

**Rule: When dividing powers with the same base, you subtract the exponents.**

When you’re dividing two exponents with the same base, you subtract the two exponents, keep the same base and add the new exponent.

**Rule: To raise a power to a power, multiply the exponents.**

Simply multiply the two exponents and you have your power raised to the other power.

**Rule: When the exponent of a power is zero, the value of the power is one.**

The value of the power will always result as one when the exponent is zero, unless the value is zero where it’s undefined.

# Word Problems With Fractions

Frank had 100 dollars andÂ spent 1/3 of his money on clothing.

Nicole had 350 dollars and spent 1/7 of her money on clothing.

Who spent the least amount of money?

How much less did they pay compared with the other spending?

Frank spent the least amount of money with $33.33 compared to Nicole’s $50.00.

Frank spent $16.67 less than Nicole.