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Simplify Powers With Integer Bases Quiz

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A number that can be written without a fractional base is known as integer. For example, 1, 5, 8 and so on. Basically, the exponent of a number says, how many times the base has to multiply itself. For example 107. Here, base is 10 and exponent is 7 so the result would be 10000000. We can multiply 10 seven times to get the correct answer Teachers can provide students with the powers with integer bases quiz for helping them in understandingthis concept better.


 

A number that can be written without a fractional base is known as integer. For example, 1, 5, 8 and so on. Basically, the exponent of a number says, how many times the base has to multiply itself. For example 107. Here, base is 10 and exponent is 7 so the result would be 10000000. We can multiply 10 seven times to get the correct answer Teachers can provide students with the powers with integer bases quiz for helping them in understandingthis concept better.


 

A number that can be written without a fractional base is known as integer. For example, 1, 5, 8 and so on. Basically, the exponent of a number says, how many times the base has to multiply itself. For example 1...

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