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Q: What are numbers expressed using exponents called?

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Numbers expressed using exponents are called powers. When writing a number expressed as an exponent, the number is called the base.

All numbers can be expressed using exponents.

They are called powers

Because exponent is the same as power.

Numbers can be expressed in scientific notation using exponents of 10

Base, power, answer

Its called factors.

yes

45 = 32*5

The base.

Only if the numbers to be converted into scientific notation are the same otherwise the exponents can vary according to the size the numbers.

22 x 32 = 36

powers, or exponent

It is: 2*5^4 = 1250

Because the expressions are undefined for base = 0.

2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 is the prime factorization of 72. Using exponents, that can be expressed as 2^3 x 3^2 = 72.

24*23 = 24+3 = 27

Expressed in factorized form, 2200 = 23 x 52 x 11.

A power.

7,777 can be written as 7.78 × 103 using exponents.

419,854,000 using exponents is 4.19854 x 108

Exponents are used to replace repeated factors. Prime numbers won't use exponents because they don't have repeated factors. To express the prime factorization of a particular composite number using exponents, just count. 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 = 72 23 x 32 = 72

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Every counting number(except 1) can be expressed as product of prime numbers. So 44 can be expressed as product of prime numbers: 44 = 2x2x11 = 22x11.

It is equivalent to: 86 in exponents