The exponent of a number says how many times to use the number in a
multiplication. In this example: 8<sup>2</sup> = 8 × 8 = 64. In words: 8<sup>2</sup> could be called "8 to
Rational exponents: unit fractions · Rewriting roots as rational exponents ·
Evaluating rational exponents: negative unit-fraction · Evaluating rational
Explains fractional (rational) exponents, and demonstrates how to simplify
expressions containing them.
Nov 22, 2010 ... In this video we investigate what to do with exponents that are fractions.
Remember that 3 to the fourth power means 3 times 3 times 3 times 3 ...
Jan 6, 2010 ... How to deal with fractional powers.wmv. maths520 ... Simplify Fractional
Exponents Using the Laws of Exponents Part 1 - Duration: 8:08.
This prealgebra lesson explains fractional (rational) exponents.
The meaning of a fractional exponent. Radical form versus exponential form. The
meaning of a negative exponent.
Square roots are most often written using a radical sign, like this: . But there is
another way to represent the taking of a root. We can use fractional exponents ...
Simplifying fractional exponents; Simplifying fractions with exponents; Negative
fractional exponents; Multiplying fractional exponents; Dividing fractional ...
Multiplying fractional exponents. Multiplying fractional exponents with same
fractional exponent: a <sup>n/m</sup> · b <sup>n/m</sup> ...