Q: What is multiple expressed by an exponent in math mean?

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you don't have a zero exponent in math.

the exponent is a negative

^ means, "to the exponent of"

That means that powers are used in which the base is 10. It is also implied that the exponent is an integer.

That means that powers are used in which the base is 10. It is also implied that the exponent is an integer.

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you don't have a zero exponent in math.

the exponent is a negative

^ means, "to the exponent of"

I assume the question is about an exponent whose value is a half (or a multiple of a half). An exponent of a half is simply the square root. Similarly, an exponent of (1/3) is a cubed-root and so on.

A number is in exponential form when it is written with a base and an exponent.

the base.

That means that powers are used in which the base is 10. It is also implied that the exponent is an integer.

formula- a rule or principle, frequently expressed in algebraicsymbols.

the little numbers are called exponents. Do you mean this? 32. this is an exponent. (the little 2)

in math terms, specifically statistics, the outcome is the results expressed as part of the total.

LCM means lowest common multiple