As the new concept of exponents are first introduced to 6th graders, it’s essential that they understand that an exponent represents repeated multiplication. Th...

7 questions

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(1/3)^4`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(2/9)^2`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(4/5)^3`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(3/4)^4`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(9/5)^2`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(4/3)^3`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Simplify exponents with fractional base

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(3/2)^4`</p><p style="color:#666"><i> Write your answer as a fraction.</i></p>

Grade 6

Expressions, Equations, And Inequalities

6.EE.A.1