Taking a number to the second power is known as "squaring" the number.
It is called 'squaring' the number.
Raising a number to the second power means you are squaring the number, multiplying it by itself. 2 squared= 2*2=4 3 squared=3*3=9
That is also called "squaring the number", or "raising the number to the second power".
multiply the number by itselfRaising a number to the second power means you are squaring the number, multiplying it by itself. 2 squared= 2*2=43 squared=3*3=9
Raising a number to the third power is referred to as cubed.
Raising a number to the power of 1 doesn't change the number.
The answer depends on the power number. If, for example, the power number is -0.5, then there is no rule in real numbers.
The common term for raising a base to the second power is to square it.Base^2
It is the positive form of the number raised to that power, multpilied by -1 raised to that power.
It is loosely called "cubing" the number.
It is a power of that base.
A number raised to the second power is a number times itself. This can also be stated as a number squared.
In classical times, the second power was described in terms of the area of a square. This led to the use of the term squareto mean raising to the second power.
To calculate the volume of a cube, you use the third power of the length, so for example, if the length of an edge of a cube is 3" then the volume is 3x3x3 = 27 cubic inches. As a result, any time a number is raised to the third power, we can call it cubed, much as raising it to the second power is that number squared.
You are both raising the factors or numerator and denominator
5 to the second power
It is raised to the second power
Yes the number is raised to the second power
You indicate it with a superscript on the number. For example, a to the third power is a3