Powers by Multiplication
Powers by Multiplication: Learn
The result of raising a number (the base) to a power (the exponent) is the same number that would be obtained by multiplying the base number together the number of times that is equal to the exponent.
Example: 3^{4} = 81 is equivalent to 3*3*3*3 = 81.
In this example, the base is 3 and the exponent is 4.
Exponents are written as a superscript number (for example: 3^{4}) or preceded by the caret (^) symbol (for example: 3^4).
Powers by Multiplication: Practice
Write the corresponding base and exponent.
00:00
= ^{} |
Press the Start Button To Begin
You have
0
correct and
0
incorrect.
This is
0
percent correct.
Play
Game Name | Description | Best Score |
---|---|---|
How many correct answers can you get in 60 seconds? | 0 | |
Extra time is awarded for each correct answer.
Play longer by getting more correct. |
0 | |
How fast can you get 20 more correct answers than wrong answers? | 999 |
Explore
Math Lessons by Grade
Math Topics
- Addition
- Algebra
- Comparing
- Counting
- Decimals
- Division
- Equations
- Estimation and Mental Math
- Exponents
- Fractions
- Geometry
- Measurement
- Money
- Multiplication
- Naming Numbers
- Patterns
- Percents and Ratios
- Place Value
- Properties
- Statistics
- Subtraction