To write repeated multiplication in an exponential notation, you should write the number that has to be multiplied as the base. Count the number of times that the number is used.
The exponent indicates the number of times the base is used as a factor.
The base of an exponent is the main number. For example in 56 the number 5 is the base and 6 is the exponent.
You can choose the base to be any number (other than 0, -1 and 1) and calculate the appropriate exponent, or you can choose any exponent and calculate the appropriate base. For example, base 10: 121 = 10^2.08278537 (approx) Or exponent = 10: 121 = 1.615394266^10 (approx). I expect, though, that the answer that is required is 121 = 11^2.
Most likely it is a logarithm.
the answer is 6 cubed
If you have ab then a is the base and b the exponent
No, an exponent is not called a base number. the base is the number before the exponent: 34. 3 is the base, 4 is the exponent the expont could also be refered to as three to the fourth power
A number produced by raising a base to an exponent is called?