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# Common Core Standard 8.EE.A.1 Questions

Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions. For example, 32 × 3–5 = 3–3 = 1/33 = 1/27.

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$(5^2)^3=$
1. $5^5$
2. $5^6$
3. $5^8$
4. $125$
Simplify.
$4^16$ multiplied by $4^20$
1. $4^36$
2. $4^16$
3. $4^320$
$t^0 xx t^2 xx t^1xx t^-7$
1. $t^0$
2. $t^-7$
3. $1/t^4$
4. -4
When you have a negative exponent, what is the first thing that you should do?
1. Convert it to a decimal
2. Convert it to a fraction
3. Move it 2 decimal places
4. Move it 1 decimal place
Grade 8 Rational and Irrational Numbers CCSS: 8.EE.A.1
Rewrite the expression in simpler form.

$4^3*4^8$
1. $16^11$
2. $4^24$
3. $16^24$
4. $4^11$
Simplify the following expression.
$3x^5*2x^12$
1. $5x^17$
2. $5x^60$
3. $6x^17$
4. $6x^60$
Which one of the following is true?
1. $4^-2 < 4^-3$
2. $5^-2 > 2 ^ -5$
3. $(-2)^4 = 2^-4$
4. $5^2(5)^-2>2^5(2)^-5$
$5^-3 =$
1. 25
2. 125
3. $1/25$
4. $1/125$
$3^2 xx 3^-5 =$
1. $3^3$
2. $3^-3$
3. $3^7$
4. $3^-7$
$3^-3/3^-2 =$
1. $3$
2. $9$
3. $1/3$
4. $1/9$
Which of the following is NOT the same as $2^-3$?
1. $8$
2. $0.125$
3. $1/8$
4. $1/2^3$
$4^3 xx 4^-4 =$
1. $4$
2. $1/4$
3. $1/4^7$
4. $1/4^12$
$6^3/3^-2$
1. 24
2. 1944
3. $1/24$
4. 225
$1/32$ can also be written as
1. $2^-3$
2. $2^-4$
3. $2^-5$
4. $2^-6$
$2^-2 / 2^-5$ is equivalent to
1. $2$
2. $1/2$
3. $8$
4. $1/8$
Solve for $6^2xx6^-4 =$
1. 0.022
2. 0.028
3. 0.020
4. 0.029
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