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# 8th Grade Math Exponents Unit Test

20 questions

### #1 of 20:Medium

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`-4^4` </p>

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### #3 of 20:Medium

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<p>Write the expression as a single power of `m`</p><p>`(m^2)(m^9)`</p>

### #4 of 20:Medium

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<p>Write the expression as a single power of `8`.</p><p>`8^7/8`</p>

### #5 of 20:Medium

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<p>Write the expression as a single power of `x`.</p><p>`(x^2)^5`</p>

### #6 of 20:Mild

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`5^0`</p>

### #7 of 20:Spicy

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<p>Simplify:</p><p> `s^-5 * s^0 * s^-8` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer using only positive exponents.</highlight></p>

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### #10 of 20:Spicy

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(a * a^-32) / a^42` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer using only positive exponents.</highlight></p>

### #11 of 20:Medium

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`2^-7/(2^2 * 2^-6)` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer as an integer or simplified fraction.</highlight></p>

### #12 of 20:Medium

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`9^-15 * (9^-5)^-3`<br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer as an integer or simplified fraction. </highlight></p>

### #13 of 20:Spicy

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(3^-15)^-3* 3^-48` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer as an integer or simplified fraction. </highlight></p>

### #14 of 20:Mild

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(c^8)^3 / c^4` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer using only positive exponents.</highlight></p>

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### #16 of 20:Spicy

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(a^-5b^-2)(5^-4a^-2b^-3)`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as a simplified expression using only positive exponents.</i> </p>

### #17 of 20:Medium

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(x^-4y^3)/(x^7y^-5)`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as a simplified expression using only positive exponents.</i> </p>

### #18 of 20:Medium

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(g^0 h^-2 g^3)/(g^-4 h^8)`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as a simplified expression using only positive exponents.</i> </p>

### #19 of 20:Mild

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(x^-2y^-4)^-2`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as a simplified expression using only positive exponents.</i> </p>

### #20 of 20:Medium

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<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(a^4b^-9)^-4`</p><i><p style="color:#666">Write your answer as a simplified expression using only positive exponents.</i> </p>

An exponent is a  symbol written above and to the right of a mathematical expression to indicate the operation of raising to a power. It refers to the number of times a number is multiplied by itself. It is the method of expressing large numbers in terms of powers. Taking an exponents unit test is crucial for students as it will help them assess their knowledge of exponents and concepts associated with them.

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An exponent is a  symbol written above and to the right of a mathematical expression to indicate the operation of raising to a power. It refers to the number of times a number is multiplied by itself. It is the method of expressing large numbers in terms of powers. Ta...

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Miami, FL
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