# Ch 28: THEA Test: Exponents

Take a closer look at exponents by reviewing the short videos in this chapter. Engaging lessons can help you get reacquainted with exponential notation, rational exponents, the power of zero and more as you study for the THEA test in Texas.

## THEA Test: Exponents - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers a wide variety of resources that can ease the process of preparing for the THEA test. You can start by reviewing video lessons that explore exponents so you're prepared to answer questions that address:

• Identifying the properties and rules of exponents
• Discussing the five main exponent properties and how to use exponential notation
• Defining a zero and negative exponent and simplifying expressions with exponents
• Analyzing rational exponents and simplifying expressions with rational exponents
• Exponential expressions and the process of simplifying and solving them
• Examining the quotient of powers, the order of operations, the product of powers and the power of zero
• Understanding how to work with fractional powers and define the negative exponent

Instructors presenting the lessons are subject-matter experts with a wealth of knowledge to share about exponents. Take advantage of quality instruction you can access from the comfort of your home, or on the go via your mobile device.

### THEA Test: Exponents Objectives

In Texas, students interested in entering public colleges and universities might be required to take the THEA test to show their ability to perform as freshmen. The test gauges students' comprehension of math, writing and reading by breaking the test into three sections that are scored separately. The lessons in this chapter are covered in the math section, which consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and requires a minimum score of 230 to pass.

You can prepare for this section of the test by watching the video lessons in this chapter, accessing full transcripts with helpful vocabulary words and taking self-assessment quizzes. After completing the quizzes, if you find that you've answered any question incorrectly, simply click the link next to the incorrect answer to revisit the related portion of the video lesson.

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