Worksheet: Repeated Multiplication

In this worksheet, we will practice converting exponents to repeated multiplication expressions and how to evaluate them.

Q1:

What is ?

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• B
• C
• D
• E

Q2:

Write using an exponent, and then find its value.

• A , 1,024
• B , 125
• C , 5
• D , 625

Q3:

There are nearly species of monkeys on Earth. What is the value of ?

Q4:

Shady scored points in a board game, and Adel scored points. Determine who won the game and by how many points.

Q5:

Express in exponential form.

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• B
• C
• D
• E

Q6:

Which of the following is equivalent to ?

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q7:

A football stadium has seats, and a cricket stadium has seats. Which stadium has more seats? How many more?

Q8:

If a library has books, how many books are there?

• A94 books
• B 262,144 books
• C49 books
• D 6,561 books
• E36 books

Q9:

The number of calories in one croissant can be expressed as . Determine the whole number that represents .

Q10:

If Sally zooms out three times on an interactive map, the scale is times greater. Write this number in standard form.

Q11:

The sun is about 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 away from the earth. Write the distance in exponential form and then evaluate it, giving your answer in millions of miles.

• A , 10.74 million miles
• B , 10 million miles
• C , 10 million miles
• D , 100 million miles
• E , million miles

Q12:

The length of one sidereal day on Venus is Earth days. Express this as a product and then evaluate it to find the number of Earth days in one sidereal Venus day.

• A Earth days
• B Earth days
• C Earth days
• D Earth days
• E Earth days

Q13:

Which of the following is a number between 8,000 and 9,000 that can be written as for whole numbers and ?

• A 8,292
• B 8,092
• C 9,812
• D 8,192
• E 9,182

Q14:

Write three to the fourth power as a product of the same factor, and then determine its value.

• A , 12
• B , 64
• C , 243
• D , 81

Q15:

Which of the following sets of numbers has square roots between 7 and 8?

• A62, 51, 65
• B48, 50, 62
• C48, 62, 65
• D50, 62, 51
• E48, 51, 65

Q16:

A single tusk that weighed about pounds from an African elephant is the largest tooth ever recorded from any modern animal. About how many pounds did the tusk weigh?

Q17:

The given figure shows a pattern with a corresponding value for each of its elements. Determine the value that represents the twenty-sixth element in the pattern.

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• B
• C
• D
• E

Q18:

The diameter of Mars is about kilometres. Express this as a product and then evaluate it to find the approximate diameter of Mars.

• A kilometres
• B kilometres
• C kilometres
• D kilometres
• E kilometres

Q19:

Is it true that ?

• Ano
• Byes

Q20:

Given that a cube has length, width, and height equal to 8 inches, write a multiplication expression for its volume and then write your answer in exponential form.

Hint: The volume of a cube is found by multiplying together the length, width, and height.

• A ,
• B ,
• C ,
• D ,
• E ,

Q21:

An estimated people live in Charleston, South Carolina. About how many people live in Charleston?

Q22:

Which of the following is equal to ?

• A5
• B6
• C8
• D9
• E32

Q23:

In a year, about youths across the United States participated in projects to care for the Earth’s environment. What is ?