# Indices and power of 0

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will recap our knowledge of basic indices. We will explore the power of zero, and carry out calculations involving low power values.

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### 7 Questions

Q1.
Simplify fully βπ2
3β8
36β2
6+β2
Q2.
Who is correct?
Correct answer: Both Ant and Dec
Neither is correct
Only Ant
Only Dec
Q3.
Jack and Jill are arguing about surds. Jack says: β4 x β12 = β48. Jill says: β4 x β12 = 3β4. Who is correct?
Both Jack and Jill
Neither is correct
Only Jill
Q4.
Simplify β10 - β3
β30
β7
10β3
Q5.
Simplify, if possible: β8 + β50
β58
8β50
Cannot be simplified
Q6.
Which of the following is NOT a surd?
β102
β103
β104
Q7.
Simplify: 15β14 Γ· 3β2
35
5 + 7β2
5β2

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
14
72
9
Q2.
12
43
7
Q3.
Hint: Work out the value in the brackets first.
12
16
32
Q4.
A
B
C
Q5.
23