# PPT - Indices Notes | Study Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning & Statistics - CA Foundation

## CA Foundation: PPT - Indices Notes | Study Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning & Statistics - CA Foundation

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Ratio and Proportion,
Indices and Logarithm
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 1
Part III: Indices
Ms. Ritu Gupta  MA (Maths)
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Ratio and Proportion,
Indices and Logarithm
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 1
Part III: Indices
Ms. Ritu Gupta  MA (Maths)
Indices
2
Page 3

Ratio and Proportion,
Indices and Logarithm
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 1
Part III: Indices
Ms. Ritu Gupta  MA (Maths)
Indices
2
Learning Objectives
Meaning of
Indices and
their
Application
Laws of
Indices
which
facilitates
their easy
applications
Laws of
Surds
3
Page 4

Ratio and Proportion,
Indices and Logarithm
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 1
Part III: Indices
Ms. Ritu Gupta  MA (Maths)
Indices
2
Learning Objectives
Meaning of
Indices and
their
Application
Laws of
Indices
which
facilitates
their easy
applications
Laws of
Surds
3
Indices
If a is a non-zero real number and n is a positive integer,
then
a X a X a X …………………… n times is  represented as a
n

where, a is called the base and n is called the exponent or
power or index.
Similarly (a X a X a X …………………… n times)  (b X b X b
X ………………… m times) will be represented as a
n
b
m

4
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Ratio and Proportion,
Indices and Logarithm
CPT Section D Quantitative Aptitude Chapter 1
Part III: Indices
Ms. Ritu Gupta  MA (Maths)
Indices
2
Learning Objectives
Meaning of
Indices and
their
Application
Laws of
Indices
which
facilitates
their easy
applications
Laws of
Surds
3
Indices
If a is a non-zero real number and n is a positive integer,
then
a X a X a X …………………… n times is  represented as a
n

where, a is called the base and n is called the exponent or
power or index.
Similarly (a X a X a X …………………… n times)  (b X b X b
X ………………… m times) will be represented as a
n
b
m

4
Laws of Indices
5
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