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Q: When raised to a power the number that is used as the factor?

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The exponent is the small raised number (the superscript) that tells how many times a factor is used.

Numbers with exponents are sometimes referred to as a power. For example, x^4 can be called "x to the fourth power" which means that x is used as a factor four times. So, in a power, the number used as a factor is the base.

base is a number used as the factor in exponential form.

The exponent tells how many times the base is used as a factor.

The base.

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