Writing and Evaluating Expressions with Exponents – Practice Problems

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A number which is multiplied by itself several times can be written as an expression with an exponent. An expression with an exponent has a base and an exponent. The base is the number which is being multiplied by itself several times while the exponent indicates the number of times the base is being multiplied. Learn more how to write and evaluate expressions with exponents by helping Lily figure out the time it takes to make her video viral. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.A.1

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Show how to write the given situation as an exonential expression.
Express the following problem as a mathematical expression.
Explain how to transform the word problems.
Find the right exponential expression.
Label the base as well as the exponent.
Determine the corresponding expression.