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8-32.

Copy and complete the table at right.

The exponent tells you how many times you multiply a number by itself, and the standard form is the result of the multiplication.

$3^{3}$ would then become $3 · 3 · 3$, and the product of that is $27$.

What would the exponent for $4 · 4 · 4$ be?
What about the product of these numbers?

Repeat the process and complete the rest of the table.

Exponent
Form

Factored
Form

Standard
Form

$2^{3}$

$2 · 2 · 2$

$8$

$3^{3}$

$4 · 4 · 4$

$125$

$6^{3}$

$7^{3}$

$8 · 8 · 8$

$9^{3}$