Exponents can not only be integers. They can also be fractions. Using the rules of exponents, we can see why a number raised to the power "one over n" is equivalent to the nth root of that number. (10:38)

This lesson is about Power and Root, it will teach you the definition of Power and Root and it will show you the relationship between those two concepts.
Duration:16:03

Can folding a piece of paper 45 times get you to the moon? By seeing
what happens when folding just one piece of paper, we see the
unbelievable potential of exponential growth. This lesson will leave you
wanting to grab a piece of paper to see h...ow many times you can fold it!
Lesson by Adrian Paenza, animation by TED-Ed. (03:49)[more]

Westerville South High School, Westerville, Ohio (Parody of Super Bass by Nicki Minaj). This song is about exponents. How to figure out the number when raised to a certain exponent, how to figure out a number when raised to a negative number, and the... rules for multiplying, dividing, and raising to a power variables with exponents (simplifying variables with exponents). This is a great resource to motivate students to master these important skills. (3:24)[more]

In this section of Pre-Algebra and Algebra tutoring, we will learn about exponents and the proper order of operations in algebra equations. NOTE: This is a clip from a much larger lesson. (33:56)

This animated selection defines the terms base and exponent. Students are shown how to solve a multiplication problem containing an exponent. This slide show could serve as an introduction or review. ( :58)

Any base number raised to the power zero results in the number one. This video shows several examples using number manipulatives accompanied by narration. ( 1:32)

This is the problem to solve in this video clip: "Re-write the following expression as the product of positive exponents, and then evaluate the expression when x=2." (02:19)

Basic Exponent Properties are discussed in this video. This instructor illustrates the rules with a few examples. These are fundamental algebra rules that one will use over and over. (12:27)

Ms. Rebecca Newburn instructs students about how to properly address exponents when multiplying and dividing monomials. Ms. Newman also reminds viewers which errors to avoid and explains why the answers she gets are correct. Visual quality not in hig...h definition, but sufficient enough to see examples.[more]

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