multiply the base number and add the two exponets together
X^5. When you multiply two of the same variables to a certain power, you simply have to add the powers together. So a number squared (2) times a number cubed (3) would equal a number to the fifth.
Divide the number by 100 and then multiply the answer by 5. add the number with the answer.
Here's how I do it. You may find another procedure that you like better.-- take the number of meters cubed-- multiply it by 35.3147-- the answer is feet cubed in the same area
A cube of a number is when you multiply it by itself twice. Eg) 2 cubed = 2x2x2=8
You can add them.
It means that whatever number comes before the "4 Cubed", then you multiply that number four times by itself. Ex. 4^4=4x4x4x4=256
first you get the denominators the same then you multiply the number you multiplied to the denominator to the numerator then you add the two numerators together and keep the denominators the same then if needed you simplify
Cubed means to multiply the number times itself 3 times. So... 14 x 14 x 14 = 2744
The easiest way is to multiply the original number by 1.08. Otherwise, multiply the original number by .08 and add the resulting number to the original number.
Total=sum or product of an eqation Multiply=to times or add that number by the times the other number Plus or Add=to add one number to another