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What are Fractional Indices
You also need to understand what Fractional, Negative and Zero Indices are and how to work with them. Before you look at the following maths activities, make sure to already understand the 3 Laws of Indices (click here). The following example questions will explain to you what Fractional Indices are. What does x to the power 1/2 mean and why? Study the maths example questions well during your Maths Revision and pass your next IGCSE GCSE Maths exam.
What are Negative IndicesTo pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam you need to understand what Negative Indices are and how to work with them. What is b to the power 3? Before you look at the following maths activities, make sure to already understand the 3 Laws of Indices (click here). The following Maths activities and Maths example questions will show you you will understand Negative Indices if you understand the Second Law of Indices. You will also realise that most questions involving Indices will be about a combination of all the Laws of Indices. Let me know on the forum of this website if you still don't understand Indices and ask me your question. I will then help yo with your maths and make some more videos about Indices. Good luck and have fun!
What is the Zero IndexTo pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam you need to understand what the Zero Index is. What is c to the power 0? Before you look at the following maths activities, make sure to already understand the 3 Laws of Indices (click here). The following Maths activities and Maths example questions will show you you will understand the Zero Index if you understand the Second Law of Indices. So study the following example questions during your Maths Revision and pass your next maths exam!
Excellent! You have learned a lot about indices. You understand the three laws of indices and what fractional, negative and the zero index are. Now continue with your maths revision and follow the following link. Here I will explain to you how you can use your understanding of indices to solve exponential functions. Those are equations with x in the exponent (index). See you there!!
