# What does a 1/3 exponent mean?

## What does a 1/3 exponent mean?

Fractional Exponents When the exponent is a fraction, you’re looking for a root of the base. The root corresponds to the denominator of the fraction. For example, take “125 raised to the 1/3 power,” or 125^1/3. The denominator of the fraction is 3, so you’re looking for the 3rd root (or cube root) of 125.

**What is 1/3 as a power?**

1/27

Answer: 1/3 to the power of 3 is represented as 1/27 as a fraction. Let’s understand the solution.

**What is 27 as a power of 3?**

Exponent Tables and Patterns

Powers of 3 | Powers of 9 |
---|---|

33=27 | 93=729 |

34=81 | 94=6561 |

35=243 | 95=59,049 |

36=729 | 96=531,441 |

### What is 1/3 with an exponent of 2?

Answer: 1/3 to the power of 2 can be expressed as (1/3)2 = (1/3) × (1/3) = 1/9. Let us proceed step by step. Explanation: The two important terms used frequently in exponents are base and powers.

**What does 3 to the third power mean?**

When a number is to the ‘third power,’ that means that you are going to be multiplying the number by itself three times.

**What is the value of 27?**

The absolute value of 27 is 27.

#### What is the exponents of 1 3 and 1 4?

An exponent of 1 3 is cube root An exponent of 1 4 is 4th root

**How do I make the exponent -1 go around?**

Things to try: 1 Start with m=1 and n=1, then slowly increase n so that you can see 1/2, 1/3 and 1/4 2 Then try m=2 and slide n up and down to see fractions like 2/3 etc 3 Now try to make the exponent -1 4 Lastly try increasing m, then reducing n, then reducing m, then increasing n: the curve should go around and around

**How to rewrite 27/27 as 3/3 3 3?**

Rewrite 27 27 as 3 3 3 3. Apply the power rule and multiply exponents, ( a m) n = a m n ( a m) n = a m n. Cancel the common factor of 3 3. Tap for more steps… Cancel the common factor. Rewrite the expression. Evaluate the exponent.

## When an exponent is 1 the base remains the same?

25 When an exponent is 1, the base remains the same. a 1 = a When an exponent is 0, the result of the exponentiation of any base will always be 1, although some debate surrounds 0 0 being 1 or undefined.