Three raised to the fourth power is 3 * 3 * 3 * 3 = 81
In the expression: 4³ = 64, the 3 is called the exponentor the power. You would read this as "four to the power of three" or "four cubed".But if it meant 34 = 81, which is read '3 to the 4th power' or '4th power of 3', then the 3 is called the base.
16 - 3 = 13
All you need to do is draw a circle, and draw 3 astroids (hypocycloid with four cusps) on the right side of the circle. After that, write Steelers in the left side of the circle.
Draw a square
well there are some how to draw videos on youtube but i draw him with a circle a fraction of four i draw his muzzle and then the eyes then his real eyes then his mouth then i draw his noze and then spikes then erase the circle the fraction of four then draw his body with the spike and tail then i draw his arms then his gloves then i draw his legs and shoes then i coler him Sonicmelanie
- If you're working on a single sheet of paper (2-D), then you can draw four lines that intersect in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 points. - If in 3-D space, then you can also draw four lines that don't intersect at all.
3 to the power four
Draw, as in to draw a picture.
I think there are four.
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four to the third power is 64.
yes a wild card can stop a draw and or a draw four card
4^3 = 64
Four to the first power is four. Any number to the first power is that number.
Just draw the diagonals and you have four quarters.
you draw a square with 3 lines inside it.
three sided figures consist of only triangles, while a four sided figure consists of any quadrilateral, so you can draw more figures with 4 sideds than with 3
No, the only card that can be put on a draw 2, is another draw 2.
draw four lines the make 3 right angles but don't connect at the end continue to finish the pentagon with whatever lines you want
Four straight lines
Yes, you can draw a circle through the four points of a trapezoid, because the four points of the trapezoid can be equidistant from one point, making that distance the radius.