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Q: What is the number or expression that is used as a factor in repeated multiplication?

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The base is the repeated factor. The exponent tells how many times the base is repeated.

an exponent

power.

The exponent for a factor is the number of times that the factor appras in the multiplication. An exponent of 1 is not usually written out. So, 2*2*2*3*3*3*3*5 = 23*34*5

repeated addition or multiplication

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The base

Base

Base of a power

The base is the repeated factor. The exponent tells how many times the base is repeated.

an exponent

Base

To write repeated multiplication in an exponential notation, you should write the number that has to be multiplied as the base. Count the number of times that the number is used.

That's known as the base.

The factors of nine are one, three, and nine. A factor is a whole number that when multiplied by another number equals the number you are factoring. So, the repeated multiplication for nine is 3 times 3.

power.

11 has no factors; it's a prime number.

An exponent

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