# Exponent Worksheets

This assortment of printable exponents worksheets designed for grade 6, grade 7, grade 8, and high school is both meticulous and prolific. As well as cracking the distinctly advantageous aspects of exponents, a unique math shorthand used to denote repeated multiplication, students gain an in-depth knowledge of parts of an exponential notation, converting an expression with exponents to a standard or an expanded form, and applying laws of exponents while solving an exponential equation. Some of our worksheets are absolutely free of cost.

Base and Exponents - Type 1

Keep 6th grade students fully informed of the significance of an exponential notation with this set of worksheets. These exercises help them ably identify its parts and express a numeral in an exponential form.

Base and Exponents - Type 2

Become adept at identifying the base and exponents from an exponential notation and writing the given numerals and variables in an exponential form with this bunch of pdf worksheets for grade 7.

Exponential Form and Expanded Form - Type 1

These printable worksheets hammer home this concept: an exponent denotes the number of times a base is multiplied by itself. The task here is to express numbers in expanded and exponential forms.

Exponential Form and Expanded Form - Type 2

Augment your skills in converting between expanded and exponential forms with this 7th grade pdf practice set. The questions here include variable bases in integer, fraction, and decimal dimensions.

Exponential Form and Standard Form | Integers

Hone in on expanding and evaluating an exponential expression in part A, rewriting an integer in exponential form in part B, and expressing a numeral as prime powers in part C of this practice set.

Exponential Form and Standard Form | Fractions

Encompassing three different exercises, each worksheet in this all-inclusive set provides children ample practice in expressing positive and negative fractions in standard, expanded, and exponential forms.

Product of Power of Primes

Become conversant with applying the method of prime factorization to express three-digit and four-digit integers as a product of its prime factors raised to appropriate powers with these 6th grade worksheets.

Reciprocals and Inverses of Exponents

Introduce 8th graders to the concept of reciprocals or multiplicative inverses of an exponential expression involving integer and fractional bases and positive and negative exponents with these pdf worksheets.

Finding the Missing Base or Exponent | Integers

This set of printable worksheets for students of grade 8 and high school features monomial and exponential equations with a variable 'x'. Solve for x by factorizing the constants and forming an equation with like bases.

Finding the Missing Base or Exponent | Fractions

Work your way through these exercises incorporating fractional bases and integer exponents, and become proficient in finding the missing base or exponent in every given equation applying relevant properties.

Operations with Exponents | Integers

Looking to extend your practice with the four basic math operations in an exponents' scenario: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division? Here are materials that more than meet your requirement.

Operations with Exponents | Fractions

Master adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing expressions with exponents with these pdf worksheets. Follow the order of operations, apply the power of a quotient rule, and evaluate each expression.

Laws of Exponents Worksheets

This huge stock of printable worksheets includes a chart that lets students explore the various laws of exponents and a multitude of practice worksheets that help them apply these laws to find the missing exponents, evaluate an exponential expression, and solve an exponential equation.

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Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Exponents Worksheets

Streak ahead with our pdfs featuring adequate exercises in simplifying arithmetic expressions with exponential notations involving fractions, decimals, and integers raised to positive and negative powers using the PEMDAS, BODMAS, or BEDMAS.

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Evaluating Exponential Functions Worksheets

These evaluating exponential functions worksheets should be your pick if you are looking for substantial practice. Simply plug in the value of x in the function that is in the exponential form: f(x)=bx and evaluate.

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