# How to Use Exponents to Write Powers of Ten?

In this article, you will learn how to use exponents rules to write numbers with a base of ten and powers of integers.

## A step-by-step guide tousing exponents to write powers of ten

The product of multiplying a number by itself is power. Power is made of a base number and an exponent.

A base number signifies the number getting multiplied.

An exponent is a small number written above the right-hand side of the base number. The exponent shows the number of times the base number gets multiplied. To know the exponent, you have to count the number of $$0$$s that come after the $$1$$.

### Using Exponents to Write Powers of Ten – Example 1

Write the number as an exponent based on $$10$$.
$$100,000=$$__
Solution:
Write $$10$$ and count the number of zeros after $$1$$. It is $$10^5$$.

### Using Exponents to Write Powers of Ten – Example 2

Write the exponent.
$$10^6 =1,000,000$$
Solution:
Count the number of zeros after $$1$$. It is $$10^6$$.

## Exercises forUsing Exponents to Write Powers of Ten

### Write the number.

1. $$\color{blue}{10^{-3}}$$
2. $$\color{blue}{1,000,000,000}$$
3. $$\color{blue}{10^{12}}$$
4. $$\color{blue}{10^{-9}}$$
1. $$\color{blue}{ 0.001}$$
2. $$\color{blue}{10^9}$$
3. $$\color{blue}{1,000,000,000,000}$$
4. $$\color{blue}{0.000000001}$$

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