# Everything I Know about Exponents

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## 2 thoughts on “Everything I Know about Exponents”

1. sarahs2017 says:

1. All the learning outcomes were addressed.
2. For me, the explanations and the examples were pretty easy to understand. But if a person saw this post to learn about exponents because they don’t know what it is, it would be a bit difficult to understand. I think there could’ve been more explaining and examples going on.
3. There were a few mathematical mistakes. For number 5, the word integral are -3, -2, -1, 1, 2, 3, etc. But I didn’t see any negative bases. For number 6, you forgot the brackets. (-24) (4 is th exponent) = (-1 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2) = -16. For number 16, I think you could’ve expained it more clearly, base 3 to the exponent 2 + base 2 to the exponent 2 = 9 + 4 = 13. And for number 19, for example, 3H = 100 x 3 to the exponent 3 = 100 x 27 = 2700.
4. Overall, most of the answers were correct and it was, as I said before, pretty easy for me to understand.
5. I think you could add more explanation, especially for numbers 2, 3, 4, 10, 12, 15. And more examples for number 7, 9, 20. For number 2 and 3, you could’ve explained the definition of base and exponent. For number 10, you could’ve said that as the exponent decreases by one, the answer get divided by the base. For number 14, you forgot to write the solution. For number 17, you could’ve explained how the answer was found. For number 18, the instructions should’ve said, “Find the area/volume of the shaded space.” And for number 20, there could’ve been more examples for negative exponents.

2. thubbard says:

Thanks Jake, See your OneNote Notebook for my feedback.