 # How do you write 7\times 7\times7 \times7 \times7 in exponential sputneyoh 2021-12-16 Answered
How do you write $7×7×7×7×7$ in exponential form?
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An exponent is the same as an index and tells us what a power is made up of.
$7×7×7×7×7={7}^{5}$
The powers of 7 are:7; 49;343; 2,401; 16,807.
They are written with exponents as:
${7}^{1};{7}^{2};{7}^{3},{7}^{4},{7}^{5}$
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A short hand method of writing repeated multiplication of a number is to express it in exponent form.
For example.
$2×2={2}^{2}$ the 2 in ${2}^{2}$ is called the base and the 2 in the ${2}^{2}$ the exponent
also $2×2×2×2={2}^{4}$ and so on
$⇒=7×7×7×7×7={7}^{5}$ in exponential form
The base is the value of the number being multiplied, in this case 7
and the exponent is the number of times, the number is being multiplied. In this case 5.