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.
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.
hold in shift then press the 3 OFF TO THE SIDE NOT THE ONES AT THE TOP OF THE KEY BOARD
Base and exponent are the two parts of a power. The base is the lower left, normal-sized, number. The exponent is the upper-right, small (i.e., superscript) number. For example, in: 34 3 is the base, 4 is the exponent. In the simplest case, a power specifies a repeated multiplication. The base tells you what number to multiply by itself, the exponent tells you how many times to multiply it. Thus, 34 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 (that is, multiply 3 by itself, using the number 4 times as a factor)
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
The exponent indicates the number of times the base is used as a factor.
No. Even a number with an exponent of zero equals one. There is no way an exponent on a number will make it zero.
Here are a couple.An exponent is a number.Math taught us about using an exponent.
8 with an exponent of four