# Positive Exponents

- Positive exponents
- Multiply by the same factor more than once. Show the repeated factor using exponential form, where the base is the repeated factor,
and the exponent tells the number of repetitions.

- Example 1:
- 5 × 5 × 5 = 5
^{3}
- Multiply by the number 5 three times, so 5 is the base, the repeated times 3 is the exponent.

- Example 2:
- 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 = 10
^{5}
- Multiply by the number 10 five times, so 10 is the base, the repeated times 5 is the exponent.

- Zero as a exponent
- Any number to the zero power is one.

- Example:
- 1
^{0} = 1
- 2
^{0} = 1
- 10
^{0} = 1
- 100
^{0} = 1
- 500
^{0} = 1