6th grade Algebra

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

Write a rule for the number pattern.

  • 6th grade Algebra -

    10^(#) = 1(#)
    10 to the power of something is the same thing as writing out zeros (#) amount of times

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