As the new concept of exponents are first introduced to 6th graders, it’s essential that they understand that an exponent represents repeated multiplication. The same goes for problems with fractional bases. For example, students will practice these problems with the understanding that (¾)^2 is the same as ¾ • ¾.

As the new concept of exponents are first introduced to 6th graders, it’s essential that they understand that an exponent represents repeated multiplication. The same goes for problems with fractional bases. For example, students will practice these problems with the understanding that (¾)^2 is the same as ¾ • ¾.

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...

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