Numbers expressed using exponents are called powers. When writing a number expressed as an exponent, the number is called the base.
Scientific Notation is expressed by using a number, using an exponent as a number (usually a decimal) multiplied by a 10, and an exponent (the number on the exponent is the number of zeros the number has).Example: 120,000,000 in scientific notation is 1.2 X 107
Every number can be expressed using an exponent. You select a base, b, which should be a positive real number. Suppose the number is x.If this number is negative, then its exponent form will have a negative sign before it.The absolute value of the number is converted to the exponent form by solving x = b^y where y is the exponent. However, you need to know about logarithms before you can do that (and this question suggests that you have not yet progressed to that level of mathematics).
It is called the exponent.
Numbers expressed using exponents are called powers. When writing a number expressed as an exponent, the number is called the base. For example, in 23 two is the base.
It is a number expressed in "standard form".
The multiple expressed by an exponent?aswner:a power