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Q: How do you use the power of 2 on 50?

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50 to the power of two, also called squared, is the same as 50 x 50, which equals 2,500

202 / 502 = (20/50)2 = (2/5)2 = 4/25 = 0.16

2^50 is 1.125899907*10^15 in scientific notation

It is 2.

in DC circuits, the maximum power theorem implies the maximum power used by the load will be 50% of the total power; the source impedance will use the other 50%.

26 - 6*2 - 2 = 64-12-2 = 50

3 x (22)2 + 2 = 50

well to the power of 2 simply means a number times itself once. For example 5x5= 25 (5 to the power of 2) 6x6=36 (6 to the power of 2) Now add 25 and 36 5+6= 11, 20+30=50, 11+50=61 Hope I helped :D

Power = Work divided by seconds.or in other words....Power = work/seconds.Clear explanation: Power is equal to:How much work is done (in joules) divided by the seconds of how much time did the work took.For example:Problem: A construction worker pushes the wheelbarrow with the power of 50 J per 2 seconds how much power does he use?Answer: 50 J divided by 2 s is 25 W so, the power is equal to 25 watts.

50 = 2 x 52 110 = 2 x 5 x 11 To find lc use highest power of each primer across the numbers, thus: LCM = 2 x 52 x 11 = 550

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