# Ch 4: Problems with Exponents

Learn how to solve mathematical problems with exponents. These online video lessons and self-assessment quizzes can give you the practice you need to pass the NY Integrated Algebra Regents exam.

## Problems with Exponents - Chapter Summary

Use our online video lessons to learn how to simplify expressions with exponents. Experienced instructors cover a wide range of topics related to exponents in order to prepare you for the NY Integrated Algebra Regents exam. Some of the other concepts you'll go over include:

• Scientific notation
• The five main exponent properties
• Defining a zero and negative exponent
• Simplifying expressions with exponents
• Simplifying expressions with rational exponents
• Power of powers

Knowledgeable instructors lead you through each short and engaging video lesson. You can gauge your learning with self-assessment quizzes that resemble the actual problems you may encounter on the NY Regents exam. You can also access lesson transcripts and important key terms as a supplement to your learning.

### Problems with Exponents Objectives

The Integrated Algebra Regents exam is one of five tests that you must pass to earn a Regents Diploma in the state of New York. The integrated algebra test is made up of four different parts, with a total of approximately 39 questions. Most of the questions are usually multiple choice, but you'll need to fill in some of your own answers on the exam. You might also need to complete graphs, charts or number lines for certain problems. Some main topics on the exam include number theory, coordinate geometry, operations, equations, measurement, trigonometric functions and probability. You need to score a 65 or above to pass the NY Integrated Algebra Regents exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 4: Problems with Exponents
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