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Facts about powers exponents and square roots
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Facts about exponents powers and square roots
Have you noticed that all of these multiplication rules are
connected. For example, powers are used to find the square root
of a number and powers and exponents are the same thing.
The square root of 4 is 2. Two with an exponent of two will find it's
square root.
2x2=4
.
The root number of 144 is the number times itself to give you the
square root. 12x12=144.
Using the rules of exponents and integers, solve this
complex
problem:
The root number of 72 multiplied by the root number of 73 = X
Just in case you were wondering, the answer is about 75.
Here's another one:
Multiply the root number of 99 by the root number of 98.
If you did it correctly, you should've gotten about 98.5
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Facts about exponents powers and square roots
Have you noticed that all of these multiplication rules are
connected. For example, powers are used to find the square root
of a number and powers and exponents are the same thing.
The square root of 4 is 2. Two with an exponent of two will find it's
square root. 2x2=4.
The root number of 144 is the number times itself to give you the
square root. 12x12=144.
Using the rules of exponents and integers, solve this complex problem:
The root number of 72 multiplied by the root number of 73 = X
Just in case you were wondering, the answer is about 75.
Here's another one:
Multiply the root number of 99 by the root number of 98.
If you did it correctly, you should've gotten about 98.5
Exponents Quiz