Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #6: Exponents and Scientific Notation

It’s intuitive to think about squaring or doubling something. It’s just a number multiplied by itself. You can think of it like folding paper.

But, what when you see a number to the negative square? You can’t fold paper negative times? Or a number with a fraction in the exponent? What is that about? Well, that’s the topic of this episode of Study Hall: Algebra!


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Math Topics
Algebra & Pre-Algebra, Exponents & Square Roots, Scientific Notation
High School, College
9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College

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