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What Is The Base Of A Number Raised To An Exponent?


Lets start of talking about the rules of exponents which is a multiplication shortcut. Let's start with an example. The expression 34 means 3 is multiplied by itself 4 times: 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 9 x 9 = 81. Now let's break this example down into more detail.
  • The first thing we notice is this is shorthand for multiplication.
  • The expression 34 is read as "three to the fourth power".
  • 34 is called the Base - the number being multiplied.
  • 34 is called the Exponent - the numbers of time the multiplication is being performed.
  • Also 34 equals 81. Since the 81 is the result of multiplying three - four times, it is called a power of four.
  • Any Natural Numbers can be a exponent.
  • Any base number with an exponent of one, is the base number itself. For example: 61 equals 6.
  • Any base number with an exponent of zero, is zero. For example: 90 equals 0. There is one important exception: zero. Example 00 is undefined - not zero!


Exponents Examples

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Answer


2 3 23 = 8
-2.5 3 -2.53 = -15.625
2 16 216 = 65,536
73 37 7337 = 8.76E+68



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Exponent
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