Q: How do you find value of exponents?

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1. Find the value of the exponent. 2. Multiply or divide normally.

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a place value is for example the number is 1598 what is the place value in tens place is 90

to find a power of a product you add the exponents

Pemdas means parentheses exponents Multipacation division Add Subtract Hope this helps :)

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1. Find the value of the exponent. 2. Multiply or divide normally.

Algebra

The parts are the value,base, and power!!!Your Welcome!!!!

The answer to your question is the numerical value of your grammar mistakes.

use PEMDAS this is called the order of operations and is an acronym. here is what is stands for P=Parenthesis E=Exponents M=Multiplication D=Division A=Addition S=Subtraction You have to do whatever is in the parenthesis first then go onto the exponents... then go to the next operation until all things are simplified. Then you can isolate you variable and find the value of it in the expression.

a place value is for example the number is 1598 what is the place value in tens place is 90

That they can have any value: integer, rational, irrational or complex.

to find a power of a product you add the exponents

You evaluate in exponenets by writting out the exponents like 6*6*6 = you have to find the product of your problem.

Pemdas means parentheses exponents Multipacation division Add Subtract Hope this helps :)

As a product of its prime factors in exponents it is: 22*53 = 500

The prime factorization of 90 with exponents is: 2 x 32 x 5