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Intro To Negative And Zero Exponents Quiz

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When the fraction line has a negative exponent it indicates that the base is on the denominator. Essentially a rule of negative exponents says that we should place the number with negative exponent in the denominator. Whereas a base with a zero exponent equals to 1, according to the zero exponent rule. For example, the negative exponents are x^-4, this means that it is 1/x^4. And zero exponent is- x^0=1.

 

Solving this negative and zero exponent quiz will allow the children to solve Complex calculations and boost confidence in them. Share it with your students for practice.

When the fraction line has a negative exponent it indicates that the base is on the denominator. Essentially a rule of negative exponents says that we should place the number with negative exponent in the denominator. Whereas a base with a zero exponent equals to 1, according to the zero exponent rule. For example, the negative exponents are x^-4, this means that it is 1/x^4. And zero exponent is- x^0=1.

 

Solving this negative and zero exponent quiz will allow the children to solve Complex calculations and boost confidence in them. Share it with your students for practice.

When the fraction line has a negative exponent it indicates that the base is on the denominator. Essentially a rule of negative exponents says that we should place the number with negative exponent in the denominator. Whereas a base with a zero exponent equals to 1, according to the zero exponent rule. Fo...

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