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An exponent indicates
a) the number by which to multiply the base b) the number to add to the base c) the number of times to add the base to itself d) the number of times to multiply the base by itself
A non-zero number raised to the zero exponent equals
a) the base number b) undefined c) zero d) one
A number with a negative exponent equals
a) the base number with a positive exponent in the denominator b) the negative base number with a negative exponent c) the negative base number with a positive exponent d) the base number with a negative exponent in the denominator
3 raised to the second power is equivalent to
a) 2 b) 9 c) 6 d) 3
4 raised to the negative two power is equal to
a) 1/16 b) -8 c) 1/4 d) 1/2
6 raised to the zero power is equivalent to
a) 0 b) 1/6 c) 6 d) 1
Which of the following is equivalent to twenty-seven?
a) 9 raised to the 3rd power b) 9 raised to the negative 3rd power c) 3 raised to the 3rd power d) 3 raised to the ninth power
Which of the following is equal to 1/4 ?
a) 2 to the -2 power b) 4 to the -1 power c) 1 to the -4 power d) 4 to the -2 power
In the number 4 raised to the 2nd power, which number is the base?
a) zero b) 1/2 c) four d) two
Evaluate 5 to the fourth power.
a) 20 b) 125 c) 625 d) 1025
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