Integer Exponents |

When an exponent is positive, to calculate its value we
multiply the base number by itself as many times as the exponent's
value...
example: 3^{4} = 3 • 3
• 3 • 3 = 81
When an exponent is When an exponent is one
the value is always the base number. example 3 When an exponent is zero
the value is always one. example 3
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