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Q: What 4 to the second power times 6 to the third power using exponential notation?

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Anything to the third power: 5^3 = 5 x 5 x 5 = 125

an example of exponential notation is quite easy, really. it's just moving the decimal place. so, 2 to the second power times 2 to the third power is just......... wow, like i'd give you, the idiot here, the answer. paleez! so stop wasting my time and frick off!!!

1.5x103 is the scientific notation for 1,500

9.11*103 IS in standard notation.

125

729

4^3

2-3 in standard notation is 0.125

343

16,600

2 x 10 to the third power

Five to the third power times 2 to the fourth.

10^3 Scientific notation : 1X10^3

3*10 to third power + 2

16600

8,500

3*3*3

example 0.0081 the exponential form is (8 times 1/10 raise to the third power)+(1 times 1/10 raise to the fourth power)

41 times ten to the third power = 41,000

It already is in scientific notation I guess what youre asking for is standard notation.Standard notation=1.500

Scientific notation: 48.9 x 103 Standard notation: 48,900

four to the second power

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Bruh, I don't have an answer but, I was looking for it in exponential form.

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