Exponents (Indices

)

Math.
12 = 1
112 = 121
1112 = 12321
11112 = 1234321

1) Is there an integer that when you square it
the resulting answer’s last digit will be 7?
Why/Why not?

2)

x

is an integer multiple of 10. What’s the

last digit of

3)

x

1
x−¿
¿
¿

?

is an integer multiple of 10. What’s the

difference between

1
x−¿
¿
¿

and

1
x+ ¿
¿
¿

?

4) An integer is squared and the result is a
five-digit number whose last digit is 4. What
could this integer be? What’s the lowest it
could be? What’s the highest it could be?

5) What’s the last digit of

39999

?

n

6) 2 can be written as the difference of two
squares. Give a few examples. How many
different ways can you do this?

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