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Week 6

Prepared by:

MARIA DEL CORTEZ-PATINDOL

Drill: Spin the double roulette

Find the product

of each of the 3. 4 x 4 = _

following: Ans. 16

1. 100 x 100 = _ 4. 9 x 9 = _

Ans. 10 000 Ans. 81

2. 2 x 2 x 2 = _ 5. 10x10=

Ans. 8 Ans. 100

Jigsaw Puzzle

What are the factors formed in

the puzzle?

10x10, 4x4x4, 2x2x2 and 12x12

Are the factors the same?

Yes

How many times is the number 10

used?

2

How many times is the number 4

used?

3

How many times is the number 2

used?

3

How many times is the number 12

used?

2

Is there another way on

how to write 10x10, 4x4x4,

2x2x2, and 12x12?

How do you think can it be

written?

10x10

base 10

2 exponent

4x4x4 = 4 3

2x2x2= 2 3

12x12=12 2

Describing the

exponent and the

base in a number

expressed in

exponential notation

Rhoda has to sew a

tablecloth 9 dm by 9 dm

for their square-shaped

table in the living room.

How big is the area of

the tablecloth?

-How will you find the area of

the table cloth?

by multiplying 9 by 9

-What number sentence will

be used to solve the problem?

9x9=n

-Are the two quantities equal?

yes

-Let us write the equation

about the problem.

(9x9=81)

-How many times did we

multiply 9 to get 81?

2

9x9 can also

be written as

9 2 –exponent base

•The exponent tells

how many times

the base is used as

a factor to form a

product.

The base is the factor

which is to be multiplied

by itself the number of

times indicated in the

exponent to obtain the

product.

-In the problem, how big is the

tablecloth to be sewed by

Rhoda?

81 dm2

-Write the equation for the

problem in exponential notation

form.

2

9 = 81

a. Who has to sew a

tablecloth?

b. Where will she put the

tablecloth?

c. If you were Rhoda, will

you also sew a table cloth

Passing the ball- Activity 2 (Individual

Performance Task)

The ball is posted with multiplication

equation and is passed around by the

pupils with the music. When the music

stops, the one who holds the ball will get

one posted strips and give its exponential

form and have to identify the base and its

exponent orally.

Example:

3x3x3x3=32 base-3; exponent-2

Group Activity Standards

Cooperative Learning-Small

group activity

Activity 1-Maze

Activity 2- Completing the Table

Activity 3 – Coloring Activity

Activity 4 – Matching Type

Activity 5- Completing the

Sentence

Maze

Activity #2: Directions: Write the base, exponent,

meaning and value of the following expressions.

1. 34 3 4 3x3x3x3 81

2. 63 6 3 6x6x6 216

3. 25 2 5 2x2x2x2x2 32

4. 102 10 2 10x10 100

5. 93 9 3 9x9x9 729

Activity #3:Directions. Color the all the base red and all

the exponents blue.

• Activity #4: Directions: Match the following expressions to its

corresponding exponential form. Write the letter on the space

provided for you.

• Expression Exponential Form

• D 1. 4x4x4x4 a. 25

• a 2. 2x2x2x2x2 b.112

• f 3. 121x121 c.163

• g 4.89x89 d.44

• h 5. 50x50x50 e.36

• i 6. 36x36x36 f.1212

• j 7. 15x15x15x15x15 g.892

• c 8. 16x16x16 h.503

• e 9. 3x3x3x3x3x3 i.363

• b 10. 11x11 j. 155

Activity #5: Choose the correct answer from

the box to complete the following sentences.

2 6x6 7 5 3 12x12

1. In 53, ____5___ is the base and __3__ is the

exponent.

2. 62 is the exponential form of ____6X6___.

3. 144 is 12 to the power of 2______.

4. 22 means 2 is multiplied by _____2____.

5. 74 means __7___ is multiplied by itself four

times.

Describe the exponent and the base in a number

Application: Board notation.

expressed in exponential work Choose the correct

answer for each. Write your answer on the board.

1. In 65, the number 6 is the (base, exponent).

2. In 106, the number 6 is the (is the factor, tells

how many times the factor is used).

3. In 314, the number 14 is the (base, exponent).

4. In 568, the number 56 is written in (normal,

small) size.

5. In 214, the number 21 (is the factor, tells how

many times the factor is used).

Generalization:

times the base is taken as a

factor.

• -The base is the bottom part of

anything. It is the number used as

the factor.

Evaluation

Describe the exponent and the base in a number

expressed in exponential notation. Underline the

correct answer for each..

1. In 79, the number 7 is the (base, exponent).

2. In 92, the number 2 is the (is the factor, tells how

many times the factor is used).

3. In 37141, the number 41 is the (base, exponent).

4. In 658, the number 65 is written in (normal, small)

size.

5. In 4197, the number 419 (is the factor, tells how

many times the factor is used).

Assignment

Rewrite using exponents or as a simple

expression

1) 453

2) 1635

3) 87 x 87 x 87 x 87 x 87 x 87

4) 136 x 136 x 136 x 136

5) 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8

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