This worksheet contains 44 exponent practice questions.
The students must examine each equation and then write the value of the missing exponent or coefficient, as indicated by the letters a and b.
There are 44 practice questions concisely but tidily presented on a single worksheet. This layout and style of questions is quick and easy to use. My students have loved this style of layout and find it very handy.
Picture one gives you an idea of the general layout of the worksheet.
Pictures 2, 3 and 4 give sample questions from the worksheet.
44 questions on a sheet may be considered overkill, but practice makes perfect. Also, some can be done during the lessons and the rest finished by the students independently as assignments.