**When we are presented with exercises or expressions** **where multiplication of powers with the same base appears, we can add the exponents.**

**The result obtained from adding the exponents will be the new exponent and the original base is maintained.**

**The formula of the rule:**

$a^m\times a^n=a^{(m+n)}$

It doesn't matter how many terms there are. As long as there are products of powers with the same base, we can add their exponents and obtain a new one that we apply to the base.

It is important to remember that this property should only be applied when there are products of powers with the same base. In other words, if we have a multiplication of powers with different bases, we cannot add the exponents.

This property also pertains to algebraic expressions.