# 8th Grade Math Exponents Unit Test

20 questions

### #1 of 20:Medium

Exponents

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

### #2 of 20:Spicy

Exponents

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(-2/5)^4`<br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer as a fraction in simplest form.</highlight></p>

### #3 of 20:Medium

Exponents

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

### #4 of 20:Medium

Exponents

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

### #5 of 20:Medium

Exponents

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

### #6 of 20:Mild

Exponents

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

### #7 of 20:Spicy

Exponents

<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>

### #8 of 20:Mild

Exponents

<p>Simplify:</p><p> `w^-4/w^-9` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer using only positive exponents.</highlight></p>

### #9 of 20:Mild

Exponents

<p> Simplify: </p><p>`(x^-8)^-2`<br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer using only positive exponents.</highlight></p>

### #10 of 20:Spicy

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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>

### #15 of 20:Medium

Exponents

<p>Simplify:</p><p>`(v^8/v^-6)^-5` <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer using only positive exponents.</highlight></p>

### #16 of 20:Spicy

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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

Exponents

<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. Ta...

Show all
Exponents

### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying

Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.
Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”
Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”

### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying

Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.
Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”
Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”