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Year 9 Indices

Definitions and facts from the NSW Year 9 Indices Topic

TermDefinition
An instruction that tells us how many times to multiply a number by itself index
When all the multiplications are shown factor form
For a number written in index form. The large number below is called the _____ base
For a number written in index form. The small number written just above and to the right is called _____ or _____ index or power
When multiplying bases that are the same, we _____ the indices add
When dividing bases that are the same, we _____ the indices subtract
Any base that has an index (power) of zero is equal to 1
When raising a power to another power we _____ the indices multiply
Raising a number to the power of a half is the same as finding the _____ square root
Raising a number to the power of a third is the same as finding the _____ cube root
Created by: wdobson