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Q: What is a rational exponent in math?

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you don't have a zero exponent in math.

A rational exponent is an exponent in the form of a fraction. Many financial formulas use rational exponents. Compound interest is formula that uses rational exponents.

the exponent is a negative

No, it is an expression, not an equation.

You can use any number - rational or otherwise - as an exponent.

And exponent of -2 represents the square root

Rational, since it can be written as 25/1 .

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1.57 is rational.

it means that it is something about math

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