Exponent in Standard Form?

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Exponents are a type of mathematical figure. They show repeated multiplication using an elevated number next to the number. Standard form is an expression of this. For example 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 is standard form. This can also be expressed by writing 34, where the 4 is elevated to the upper right of the 3. In this case, the three is the base. The four is an exponent. The exponent describes how many times you multiple the base by itself to get the answer.
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Example: 2 (I don't know how to do an exponent on the computer so I'll just say what you would say out loud) to the 4th power= 2x2x2x2=16. < that's standard form.
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