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Whole Number Exponents

Distinguish bases and powers.

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Whole Number Exponents

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Whole number: number that represents a whole quantity
Base: the whole number part of a power
Power: the value of the exponent
Exponent: the little number that tells how many times we need to multiply the base by itself

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Remember: The exponent might be considered a small number but it cause a big change in the whole number

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