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1.
2,3,5,7,11,13 are all ...: Prime Numbers

2.
4.5 x 10³ is an example of ...: Scientific Notation

3.
57x² = 3∗19∗x∗x is an example of: Prime factorization

4.
356° = 1 is an example of a ...: Zero exponent

5.
Expanded form: 4∗4∗4: Exponent form: 4³

Standard form: 64

Standard form: 64

6.
Exponent form: 4²∗a³∗b⁴: Expanded form: 4∗4∗a∗a∗a∗b∗b∗b∗b

Standard form: 16a³b⁴

Standard form: 16a³b⁴

7.
A number that can be written as a fraction is a: Rational number

8.
A number with three or more factors is a: Composite Number

9.
Standard form: 63x³y²z: Expanded form: 3∗3∗7∗x∗x∗x∗y∗y∗z

10.
What do you do when you have a negative exponent? 9t⁻³/10t⁻⁴= ...: A negative exponent must be flipped

Answer = 9t/10

Answer = 9t/10

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