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## #1 2006-07-17 08:28:57

Devantè
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### Powers and Standard Index Form

Powers and Standard Index Form Exercises

Some more problems for fun and practice, this time involving Powers and Standard Index Form excercises - It basically revolves around that topic. Have fun! (also, please recognise the numbers here as powers - The one below simply means 'Simplify (a cubed b) x (a squared b squared)'.

1. Simplify a[sup]3[/sup]b x a[sup]2[/sup]b[sup]2[/sup]
2. Simplify p[sup]4[/sup]q[sup]2[/sup] ÷ p[sup]2[/sup]q[sup]5[/sup]
3. Simplify (p[sup]3[/sup]q[sup]3[/sup] x p[sup]2[/sup]q) ÷ p[sup]4[/sup]q[sup]3[/sup]
4. Find the value of 81 to the power of [sup]3/4[/sup]
5. Find the value of 32 to the power of [sup]6/5[/sup]
6. Work out, expressing your answers in standard form (3 x 10[sup]2[/sup])(4 x 10[sup]3[/sup])
7. Work out, expressing your answers in standard form (6 x 10[sup]6[/sup]) ÷ (8 x 10[sup]3[/sup])
8. Work out, expressing your answers in standard form (1.2 x 10[sup]5[/sup]) ÷ (4 x 10[sup]10[/sup])
9. Work out, expressing your answers in standard form (3 x 10[sup]4[/sup]) + (6 x 10[sup]3[/sup])
10. Work out, expressing your answers in standard form (1.5 x 10[sup]5[/sup]) - (8 x 10[sup]4[/sup])
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## #2 2016-12-08 14:17:13

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### Re: Powers and Standard Index Form

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## #3 2016-12-08 19:39:50

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### Re: Powers and Standard Index Form

Monox D. I-Fly wrote:

#8 and #10 are not in standard form.

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## #4 2016-12-09 15:28:09

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### Re: Powers and Standard Index Form

zetafunc wrote:
Monox D. I-Fly wrote:

#8 and #10 are not in standard form.