SSAT Upper Level Math : How to find the properties of an exponent

Example Questions

Example Question #111 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #112 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #113 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #114 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #111 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #111 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #117 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #118 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #119 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?

Explanation:

Exponential notation includes a base number and an exponent. The base number is the number that is being multiplied and the exponent is how many times the base number is being multiplied to itself.

In this case,  is our base number and it's being multiplied to itself  times, so that is our exponent.

Example Question #120 : How To Find The Properties Of An Exponent

What is  in exponential notation?