Simplify Exponents Worksheet

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A number that shows how many times a number is multiplying itself is known as exponents.  For example, 24. Here, 2 is the base,  4 is the exponent. This signifies that


2 is being multiplied 4 times. In simple words, 2 * 2 * 2 * 2. A method of simplifying the algebraic expression including the exponents in such a way that they cannot be further simplified is ‘simplifying exponents’. 


There are certain things to keep in mind while solving or simplifying exponents. 

Grade 6
Expressions, Equations, And Inequalities

Teaching Simplify Exponents Easily

  • Firstly, identify the algebraic expression. 
  • Then, use the appropriate form of rule to simplify the expression. For example, power rule, quotient rule and the rest of it. 
  • Simplify the equation further. 

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  • These worksheets will help your students to solve and simplify expressions easily. 
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