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I want to learn about: Powers & Exponents

Learn about powers and exponents in elementary mathematics with Smartick. Exercises, theory, tutorials, and teaching resources for powers and exponents for elementary aged children. Here you will find posts about powers and exponents to make learning mathematics easier and more fun.

Aug12

Representing Powers with Rods

In today’s post, I am going to show you how to represent powers with rods. It is fun and easy, you’ll see! We will represent powers to the 2nd and 3rd degree, which are the ones we can reproduce within three dimensions of the physical world. To begin, I will show you a picture of […]

Jun18

Properties of Powers II

In today’s post we’re going to continue talking about the properties of powers. Before we go on, you might find it useful to review the concept of a power, its elements and how to solve them. You can take a look at these previous Smartick blog entries if you need a reminder: Powers: What They […]

Mar19

Do You Want to Learn the Properties of Powers?

In today’s post we’re going to talk about some of the properties found in powers. But first it’ll be useful to review the concept of a power, its elements, and how to use it. You can find all this in another Smartick blog post. Once you’ve finished recapping, we can carry on. Powers with an exponent […]

Mar16

Learn How to Find Exact Square Roots and Visual Examples

Thanks for choosing Smartick to continue learning math are you ready to begin with square roots? Well, let’s go! In this week’s post, we will learn to calculate exact square roots and some visual examples where they apply. As you know, graphical visualization is always a great help in understanding and assimilating new concepts. I […]

Mar15

Powers: What They Are and What They Are For

Have you ever heard of powers? Do you know what they are and what they’re for? In this week’s post, we are going to discover what a power is and why we use them. Powers are an abbreviated way of writing a number that’s formed by multiplying a number by itself various times. They are very useful […]

Mar03

The Square of a Number and Exponents

In today’s post, we are going to see what the square of a number is. For example, let’s calculate the square of 3: We’re going to look at the square of any number, which we’ll call “n.” The square of the number “n” is written n2 and it’s calculated by multiplying the number by itself: […]