Questions and Answers
What is a base in exponential form?
Which of the following is not an integer?
What does the acronym GEMDAS stand for?
Grouping symbols, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction
What does the term 'power' refer to in math?
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What is an exponent?
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What does it mean to evaluate an expression?
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Study Notes
Vocabulary Terms in 6th Grade Math

Base: Fundamental component of an exponent, representing the value that is multiplied in exponential expressions.

Integers: A set of numbers that includes all whole numbers (both positive and negative) as well as zero. Examples: 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3.

Order of Operations: A specific sequence used to simplify expressions, remembered through the acronym GEMDAS. This stands for:
 Grouping symbols: Parentheses and brackets
 Exponents: Powers and roots
 Multiplication and Division: Solved from left to right
 Addition and Subtraction: Solved from left to right

Power: A mathematical expression indicating how many times a base is multiplied by itself, typically presented in exponent form.

Exponent: A notation representing the number of times a base is multiplied by itself; expressed as a raised number.

Evaluate: The process of calculating or finding the value of an expression, synonymous with solving an equation.
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