Here we revise the use of index notation. You will already be familiar with the notation for squares and cubes
this is generalised by defining:
Calculate the value of:
(a) | 5^{2} | |
(b) | 2^{5} | |
(c) | 3^{3} | |
(d) | 10^{4} |
Fill in the missing number or numbers:
(a) | 2^{} = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 | |
(b) | 9 = 3^{} | |
(c) | 1000 = 10^{} | |
(d) | 5^{3} = × × |
(a) | Determine 2^{5}. | |
(b) | Determine 2^{3}. | |
(c) | Determine 2^{5} ÷ 2^{3}. | |
(d) | Express your answer to (c) in index notation. |