The exponent of any number represents how many times a number is used in a multiplication. For an instance 52 = 5 × 5 = 125, here 52 is termed as ‘five to the power of two, ‘five square” or “five to the second power”. With exponents, it is possible to multiply any number by itself as many numbers of times.
One of the simplest rule for exponents while multiplying two numbers with the same base is to add the exponents. The concepts of exponents are very crucial for both the school and other competitive exams. The students must solve several related questions to grasp the concepts easily. RD Sharma for class 7 maths provides several exercise questions to help the students practice more and learn thoroughly.
The RD Sharma solutions for the chapter exponents is given here to let the students learn the chapter in-depth. The solutions are detailed and aid the students to solve the related problems methodically.