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Simplify Powers With Fractional Bases Quiz

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Simplify powers with fractional bases

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Power can be defined as the no.of times a number is multiplied by itself.  There is usually an exponent and a base number associated with a power. Whereas on the other hand the exponent tells how many times the base number is being multiplied- it is, in other words, the smaller number. For example, 


 

(3/2)2 = 3/2 * 3/2


 

On simplifying, we get, 9/4


 

Powers and Exponents topic seems to be a little difficult, hence practicing the powers with fractional bases Quiz.

Power can be defined as the no.of times a number is multiplied by itself.  There is usually an exponent and a base number associated with a power. Whereas on the other hand the exponent tells how many times the base number is being multiplied- it is, in other words, the smaller number. For example, 


 

(3/2)2 = 3/2 * 3/2


 

On simplifying, we get, 9/4


 

Powers and Exponents topic seems to be a little difficult, hence practicing the powers with fractional bases Quiz.

Power can be defined as the no.of times a number is multiplied by itself.  There is usually an exponent and a base number associated with a power. Whereas on the other hand the exponent tells how many times the base number is being multiplied- it is, in other words, the smaller number. For example, 


 

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Grade 8
Exponents
7.NS.A.2.C

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