Below is the power table from 1 to 10.

This power table will be extremely beneficial in various exams. Especially if you are preparing for banking exams. At least one should remember the number with its power up to 4.

Powers are also called exponents. Exponents help us to read, understand & compare numbers easily, especially for large numbers. Below is a quick review of the concept of exponents.

Let us start with the basics of exponents.

For example,

**3×3×3×3×3 = 243**

Here ‘3’ is multiplied 5 times. Thus it can also be expressed as

**3 ^{5} = 243**, where 3 is the base, and 5 is its exponent or power.

In general, we can write,

If a number is multiplied by itself ‘n’ times then it can be written as

^{n} |

Where,

- a & n are real numbers (including fractions)
- a is the base
- n is the exponent

If you want to learn the basics and laws of exponents, then click on the following link below.