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Ch 40: ASVAB: Exponents

About This Chapter

Study this chapter to increase your understanding of material that deals with exponents. You'll be set for answering relevant questions on the ASVAB by going over the engaging lessons.

ASVAB: Exponents - Chapter Summary

There's a short, fun video lesson and corresponding transcript for each of the concentrations in this chapter to effectively break down the subject matter. Check out the following lesson content for a strong grip of material you could see on the ASVAB:

  • The five main exponent properties
  • Defining a zero and negative exponent
  • Simplifying expressions with exponents

Take a quick practice quiz after you watch each video lesson to see where you stand with the material. If there's anything you want to review again, you can use video tags to easily pick the particular segments to be reexamined.

Objectives of the ASVAB: Exponents Chapter

ASVAB results help establish whether the examinee's demonstrated knowledge across several areas is appropriate for the military. The topics covered in this chapter fit into the Mathematics Knowledge subtest on the exam. This multiple-choice subtest amounts to being roughly 11% of the ASVAB overall. The computerized Mathematics Knowledge subtest has 16 questions whereas the paper-and-pencil version contains 25 questions.

Chapter Practice Exam
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