# How to make a negative exponent positive

Contents

- 1 How do you do negative exponents?
- 2 How do you write an expression with a negative exponent to the positive exponent?
- 3 How do you rewrite a positive exponent?
- 4 How do you simplify positive exponents?
- 5 How do you simplify with only positive exponents?
- 6 How do you simplify negative exponents?
- 7 How do you simplify expressions with negative exponents?
- 8 How do you simplify Monomials with negative exponents?
- 9 How do you simplify expressions with negative and zero exponents?
- 10 What is negative exponent rule?
- 11 What is 10 to a negative power?
- 12 When your exponent is negative you move your decimal?
- 13 What happens when an exponent is 0?
- 14 What is 10 to the O power?
- 15 What does 2 to the 2nd power mean?
- 16 Is 0 to the power of 0 defined?
- 17 What is the limit if it is 0 0?
- 18 Who invented 0?
- 19 Is 0 a real number?

## How do you do negative exponents?

A positive

**exponent**tells us how many times to multiply a base number, and a**negative exponent**tells us how many times to divide a base number. We can rewrite**negative exponents**like x⁻ⁿ as 1 / xⁿ. For example, 2⁻⁴ = 1 / (2⁴) = 1/16.## How do you write an expression with a negative exponent to the positive exponent?

## How do you rewrite a positive exponent?

## How do you simplify positive exponents?

## How do you simplify with only positive exponents?

## How do you simplify negative exponents?

## How do you simplify expressions with negative exponents?

## How do you simplify Monomials with negative exponents?

## How do you simplify expressions with negative and zero exponents?

## What is negative exponent rule?

A

**negative exponent**helps to show that a base is on the denominator side of the fraction line. In other words, the**negative exponent rule**tells us that a number with a**negative exponent**should be put to the denominator, and vice versa. For example, when you see x^-3, it actually stands for 1/x^3.## What is 10 to a negative power?

Negative powers

Name | Power |
Number |
---|---|---|

tenth | −1 | 0.1 |

hundredth | −2 | 0.01 |

thousandth | −3 | 0.001 |

ten-thousandth (Myriadth) | −4 | 0.000 1 |

## When your exponent is negative you move your decimal?

Writing Scientific Notation in

**Decimal**Notation If **the exponent** is positive, **move the decimal** point to **the** right. If **the exponent is negative**, **move the decimal** point to **the** left. For each power of 10, **you move the decimal** point one place.

## What happens when an exponent is 0?

Therefore, it is proven that any number or expression raised to the power of

**zero**is always equal to 1. In other words, if the**exponent is zero**then the result is 1.## What is 10 to the O power?

When n is less than 0, the

**power**of**10**is the number 1 n places after the decimal point; for example,**10**^{−}^{2}is written 0.01. When n is equal to 0, the**power**of**10**is 1; that is,**10**^{0}= 1.## What does 2 to the 2nd power mean?

The exponent of a number says how many times to use the number in a multiplication. In 8

**the “**^{2}**2**” says to use 8 twice in a multiplication, so 8**= 8 × 8 = 64. In words: 8**^{2}**could be called “8 to the**^{2}**power 2**” or “8 to the**second power**“, or simply “8 squared”## Is 0 to the power of 0 defined?

Zero to the

**power**of zero, denoted by**0**, is a mathematical expression with no agreed-upon value. The most common possibilities are 1 or leaving the expression undefined, with justifications existing for each, depending on context.^{0}## What is the limit if it is 0 0?

**When**simply evaluating an equation

**0/0**is undefined. However, in take the

**limit**,

**if**we get

**0/0**we can get a variety of answers and the only way to know which on is correct is to actually compute the

**limit**.

## Who invented 0?

The first recorded

**zero**appeared in Mesopotamia around 3 B.C. The Mayans**invented**it independently circa 4 A.D. It was later devised in India in the mid-fifth century, spread to Cambodia near the end of the seventh century, and into China and the Islamic countries at the end of the eighth.## Is 0 a real number?

Yes,

**0**is a**real number**in math. By definition, the**real numbers**consist of all of the**numbers**that make up the**real number**line.