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Exponents By Vanessa Duran
Updated: 4/27/2020
 Exponents By Vanessa Duran
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  • Hey, Vanessa can you help me with this math problem?
  • Were learning "Exponents."
  • let look here
  • Ok,
  • sure, what's the problem?
  • Les use 4 ^ 2 as an example. 4 ^ 2 is the same as 4 x 4, the two is the exponent (or power) and the four is the base.The two is how many times you multiply the base by itself.
  • 4 ^ 2= 4*4
  • That's still not making sense.
  • sweep,sweep,sweep sweep,sweep
  • Ok, so the four is the number your multiplying by itself. The 2 is how many times your multiplying before by itself. So 4 ^ 2 is equal to 4 * 4. Here's another one5 ^ 3 is equal to 5 times 5 times 5 because the three tells you how many times you going to multiply 5 by itself.
  • Orlando: I get it now!
  • A week later
  • Your welcome, and good job!
  • I got an A+ on my test, Thank you for helping me!
  • Look Mom, I got an A+
  • Great job buddy!
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