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### Indices Starters:

This lesson starter presents a number of statements about indices and pupils are asked if they can spot the mistake.

Find a power of 2 and a power of 3 that are consecutive numbers.

Advanced Indices Starters

## Exercises

#### Dr Tim's Indices Challenge

Dr Tim Honeywill has come up with these challenges to test your understanding of indices and algebra.

#### Estimate Powers and Roots

Estimate the powers and roots of the given positive numbers.

#### Indices

A self marking exercise on indices (powers or exponents) including evaluating expressions and solving equations.

#### Indices Pairs

The traditional pairs or pelmanism game adapted to test knowledge of indices.

#### Indices True False

Arrange the given statements involving indices to show whether they are true or false.

#### Logarithms

Self-marking exercises on evaluating logarithms and using them to solve equations.

#### Power Shift

Arrange the given numbers as bases and indices in the three-term sum to make the target total.

#### Standard Form

Test your understanding of standard form (scientific notation) with this self-marking quiz.

#### Standard Order

Arrange the numbers given in standard form with the smallest at the top and the largest at the bottom.

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