A household name in nuclear physics, Richter measuring scales, computer science, and many more, exponents are often used to measure distances between the planets. Exponential notation is a powerful way to express repeated multiplication of the same number. Exponents play a crucial role in algebra, polynomial equations, and advanced math courses. Raise your students' knowledge of exponents and offer hands-on practice with this array of free printable exponent worksheets on identifying bases and exponents, expanded form, standard form, and a lot more.
These worksheets are recommended for students of grade 6 and grade 7.
Utilize this introductory free pdf that includes bases represented in whole numbers, fractions or decimals. Instruct students to identify and write the base and exponent in this printable worksheet.
Learners are required to rewrite the expression in expanded form in part A. Using a base and an exponent, they transform the given expression and write it in the exponential form in Part B.
Demonstrate greater skills in converting the numbers represented in exponential form to standard form with this sixth grade worksheet.
The objective of this pdf worksheet is to express the given number in exponential form. Direct students to write the number as the power of the given base by raising the base to an appropriate power or exponent.
Have your child solve this worksheet in the classroom, and help them find the missing base or exponent. The missing bases and exponents are denoted by the variable x in this free pdf.