Self-Test Questions : Lesson 1
The Powers of Numbers
A little exponent goes a long way!
Are 100.00 and .03333 both decimal numbers?
Are 9 and 6 factors of 15?
How many factors can be multiplied together?
In what order should factors be multiplied?
What is ten used as a factor twice?
If you use 4 as a factor 3 times, what is the result?
What is the shorthand way for writing “60 used as a factor 100 times”?
How do you write “the third power of eight”?
What are the names of the two numbers in the expression
What do we mean when we say “
b” is 4 and “ n” is 2?
equal “ b 1 b” or “1”?
When you have finished, turn to Page 41 for Lesson 2.
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