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Power Standard Form
10^1 10
10^2 100
10^3 1000
10^4 10000
10^5 100000

Explain how the number of zeros in the standard form of a power of 10 relates to the exponent. Write a rule for the number pattern as well.

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    The power of ten gives the number of zeros.

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