This free online Exponents Calculator will calculate the answer of a base number raised to n^{th} power, including exponential expressions having negative bases and/or exponents.
Note that if you're ever looking to save some time when finding the square root of a number (^{2}√x instead of x^{2}), be sure to check out my online square root calculator.
An exponent is the small number located in the upper, righthand position of an exponential expression (base^{exponent}), which indicates the power to which the base of the expression is raised.
The following exponential expression shows how the exponent is used in raising the base:
An exponential expression containing a negative exponent can be translated as follows:
4^{3}  = 

= 

= 0.015625 
One thing to be aware of when working with exponential expressions that have negative signs next to their bases is that a negative sign that is not in parenthesis is different from a negative base that is enclosed by a parenthesis.
With that, let's use the Exponent Calculator to calculate the result of a number raised to a given power.

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