Exponents Worksheets

On this page you will find: a complete list of all of our math worksheets relating to Exponents. Choose a specific addition topic below to view all of our worksheets in that content area. You will find addition lessons, worksheets, homework, and quizzes in each section.

Exponents Worksheets Listed Alphabetically:

  1. Convert Exponents To Numbers And Compare
  2. Evaluate Expressions with Fractional Exponents
  3. Evaluating Rational (Fractional) Exponents
  4. Exponential Expressions and Equations
  5. Exponential Functions
  6. Exponential Growth and Decay
  7. Exponential to Logarithmic Form
  8. Exponents
  9. Laws of Rational Exponents
  10. Logarithmic to Exponential Form
  11. Multiplying and Dividing Exponents
  12. Positive, Negative and Zero Exponents
  13. Rational (Fractional) Exponents
  14. Solving Exponential Equations (common base)
  15. Solving Exponential Equations (lacking a common base)
  16. Writing Exponents

Exponents Worksheets Listed By Skill Development:

  1. Basic Algebra
  2. Convert Exponents To Numbers And Compare
  3. Writing Exponents
  4. Solving Exponential Equations (common base)
  5. Exponents
  6. Multiplying and Dividing Exponents
  7. Exponential Growth and Decay
  8. Solving Exponential Equations (lacking a common base)
  9. Evaluate Expressions with Fractional Exponents
  10. Rational (Fractional) Exponents
  11. Positive, Negative and Zero Exponents
  12. Laws of Rational Exponents
  13. Exponential to Logarithmic Form
  14. Exponential Expressions and Equations
  15. Exponential Functions
  16. Logarithmic to Exponential Form
  17. Evaluating Rational (Fractional) Exponents

What are Exponents?

The mathematical shorthand that indicates us to multiply the number by itself for a specific number of times. When writing an exponent, we first write the number that is being multiplied, which is known as the base. Next, we mention the number of times it is being multiplied as the superscript. That means instead of writing 4 x 4 x 4 x 4 x 4, we can simply write 45. When considering exponents for the real number m,n, and the bases a,b, we have to follow some rules. These rules are mentioned as: Law 1: am x an = a(m + n) - When applying this law, note that the bases of both the numbers considered in multiplication need to be the same. Law 2: am/ an = a (m + n) - in this law, if we consider m= 1 and n =1, we can get a1 / a1 = a (1 - 1): a/ a = a0 : a0 = 1. Law 3: (am)n = amn = (an)m. Law 4: (ab)n = anbn.

The general rule for making an estimation in mathematics is to look at the digit that is right after the digit you want to estimate, if it is greater than 5 round it up, if it is less than 5 round it down.