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"What is an Exponent?"
"Good Morning class today we are learning about Exponents!"
"Oh ok,I get it now!" "Thanks!"
"Well, and Exponent is a number that represents the power to which a number is given."
"No problem." "Now you can teach somebody else what an exponent is!"
"Ugh!!!" "I am so confused,I need to find out what an Exponent is and quick before I go crazy!"
"Yes,I believe I do!" "An exponent is a number that represents the power to which a number is given!" "Or in other words the number on top is the number of times you have to multiply the base by itself!"
"Hey!" "Do you know what an Exponent is?"
"Well,What is a power and a base?" "Oh ok,Thanks!"
"Well, a power is a small number on the top right of the number that tells you how many times to use the number in a multiplication equation." "The base is the number being multiplied."
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