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## What is the exponent for 128?

Exponent Tables and Patterns

Powers of 2 | Powers of 3 | Powers of 4 |
---|---|---|

27=128 | 37=2187 | 47=16384 |

28=256 | 38=6561 | 48=65536 |

29=512 | 39=19683 | 49=262144 |

210=1024 | 310=59049 | 410=1048576 |

## What is the exponent of a number?

An exponent refers to the number of times a number is multiplied by itself. For example, 2 to the 3rd (written like this: 23) means: 2 x 2 x 2 = 8. 23 is not the same as 2 x 3 = 6. Remember that a number raised to the power of 1 is itself.

**What is 100 as an exponent?**

We use exponential notation to write repeated multiplication, such as 10 • 10 • 10 as 103. The 10 in 103 is called the base. The 3 in 103 is called the exponent. The expression 103 is called the exponential expression….

Exponential Form | Expanded Form | Value |
---|---|---|

103 | 10 • 10 • 10 | 1,000 |

102 | 10 • 10 | 100 |

101 | 10 | 10 |

### What is the exponential form of 512?

512 in exponential form is 5.12 * 10^2.

### What is 128 as a power of 2?

Powers of two whose exponents are powers of two

n | 2n |
---|---|

7 | 128 |

8 | 256 |

9 | 512 |

10 | 1,024 |

**How do you explain exponents to a child?**

An Exponent is a number that states how many times the base number is to be used in multiplication. The Exponent Number appears on the top right of the base number as a small number.

#### How do you write 1000 in exponential form?

To represent a number that’s a power of 10 as an exponential number, count the zeros and raise 10 to that exponent. For example, 1,000 has three zeros, so 1,000 = 103 (103 means to take 10 times itself three times, so it equals 10 x 10 x 10).

#### What does exponent mean in math?

Definition of exponent 1 : a symbol written above and to the right of a mathematical expression to indicate the operation of raising to a power. 2a : one that expounds or interprets.

**How do you find an exponent?**

The base B represents the number you multiply and the exponent “x” tells you how many times you multiply the base, and you write it as “B^ x.” For example, 8^3 is 8X8X8=512 where “8” is the base, “3” is the exponent and the whole expression is the power.