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Multiplying numbers wtih expnents isn't half as difficult as it sounds. Challenge your fifth grader to give it a try with help from this worksheet. To raise 43 to the power of 4, for example, all she has to do is multiply the exponents: (43)4 = 412.
Try Multiplying with Exponents #1 for more, or practice dividing with exponents.
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