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Title: GOOD MORNING SCHOLARS

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GOOD MORNING SCHOLARS
• Get a breakfast pass, use the restroom by the
media center and go to your locker. Once in the
classroom you are to remain seated.

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COMPLETE WARM-UP 11/9 ON CANVAS. WHEN FINISHED
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EXPONENTS
• Notes 6.EE.1

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VOCABULARY
• Base- the number that is going to be raised to a
power.
• Exponent- The exponent of a number says how many
times to use that number in a multiplication. It
is written as a small number to the right and
above the base number.
• BaseExponent

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EXPONENTS ARE REPEATED MULTIPLICATION.Exponents
represent how many times a base number is
multiplied by itself.
• How do exponents work?

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STEPS TO SOLVE EXPONENTS
• Step 1 Write the base number.
• Step 2 Multiply it the same number of times as
thee exponent.
• Step 3 Multiply from left to right.

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RULES
• Any number (except 0) raised to the power 0 is 1.
• Any number raised to the first power is itself.
• If a number is raised to the second power, we say
squared.
• If a number is raised to the third power, we say
cubed.

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Exponential form- is a way of expressing a
standard number using a base and
exponent Expanded form- express in repeated
multiplication or addition Standard form- the
normal way we see numbers
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Ticket Out

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Fractions and Exponents
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Remember our exponent tells how many times to
multiply our base by itself!
• Multiply your numerators and then multiply your
denominators.
•

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Decimals and Exponents
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Remember our exponent tells how many times to
multiply our base by itself!
• Ignore the decimals points and multiply as normal
• Count the decimal places behind the point and