Exponents 4
Set 4 (10 Questions)
Determine the prime factors of all numbers through 50 and write the numbers as the product of their prime factors by using exponents to show multiples of a factor (e.g., 24 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 = two cubed times three)
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Exponents Help Slide 1
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1.  Which of the choices below is equal to the integer with the exponent shown? *
1 point
2.  Use the dropdown menu to make this statement true:  "Six squared is __________ the product of two times three squared." *
1 point
3.  Which of the choices below is equal to the integer with the exponent shown? *
1 point
4.  Use the dropdown menu to make this statement true:  "Seven squared is_________ the sum of five and two squared." *
1 point
5.  Which choice below is the correct way to name the integer with the exponent shown? *
1 point
6. Use the dropdown menu to make this statement true:  "The difference of nine minus six cubed is ___________ the sum of four and one squared." *
1 point
7.  On the line below, enter the equal value as a whole number. *
1 point
8. Use the dropdown menu to make this statement true:  "Nine to the first power is ___________ three squared." *
1 point
9.  Which of the choices below is equal to the integer with the exponent shown? *
1 point
10.   On the line below, enter the equal value as a whole number. *
1 point
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