**1. C. Exponential form. **Exponential form is just taking one number and raising it to another number. Example: 2^3

**2. H. Power is correct.** A power is the upper number of an exponential.

**3. G. Perfect square.** Squaring a whole number represents the area of a square, which is where the term comes from.

**4. J. Quotient.** A quotient is a result of dividing two numbers.

**5. D. Expression.** An expression is anything that involves numbers and variables. Specifically using the order of operations on them or some kind of math function.

**6. i. Product.** A product is a result of multiplying two or more numbers or variables.

**7. E. Factors.** In this case, it shows 12 having the factors: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12. Factors of 12 are numbers that pair up and multiply to get 12, so for instance 3*4 = 12.

**8. A. Base.** You are correct. Nice work. The base of an exponential expression is the lower number or variable.

**9. B. Expanded form**. This is showing it being fully factored as much as possible.

**10. F. Perfect cube. **A perfect cube is a number that results in taking any whole number and multiplying it by itself 3 times. Example: 7 cubed = 7^3 = 7*7*7 = 343