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    Laws of Exponents and Opposites of Poynomials

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    1. Using one of the laws of exponents, prove that any number raised to the power 0 is 1.

    2. You are given the following polynomial: 2x7 - 4x3 + 3x. If x were replaced with its opposite in each of the terms of the given polynomial, will it result in the opposite of the polynomial? Explain why or why not and illustrate to support your answer.

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