Expressions with exponents

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In this tutorial, we’re going to significantly deepen our understanding of the world of exponents. In particular, we’ll look at what it means to raise something to a negative exponent.


Part of Algebra basics


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What is Expressions with exponents by Khan Academy?

Expressions with exponents is a learning resource for Exponents & Roots. It is available in the following format(s): Online class. It is suited for 6th - 8th students.

What grade level is Expressions with exponents by Khan Academy appropriate for?

It is designed for 6th - 8th students, but could be useful for students of other ages as well; please look at the description and images to determine suitability.

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It is free!