It is: (0.5)-4 = 16
(-3)^2 =9 but -3^2 = -9
10 any number raised to the power of one is that number. Any number raised to the power of zero is (by definition) 1
When a number is raised to a power, the base is raised to an exponent.
The power could then be called an exponent. The number that is being raised to a power is called the base. In the case of 42, the exponent is 2 and the base is 4.
(16 x 22)2 = (16 x 4)2 = (64)2 = 4096. Always perform the operations inside parenthesis first.
one over 3 a3
It is the positive form of the number raised to that power, multpilied by -1 raised to that power.
A number raised to the second power is a number times itself. This can also be stated as a number squared.
Any number raised to the power of 1 is equal to itself.
Any number raised to the power 0 equals 1.
When a negative number is raised to an even power the result is a positive number
A number raised to the power "a" is multiplied by itself "a" times. For example, 5 raised to the power 3 is 5x5x5=125. 2 raised to the power 5 is 2x2x2x2x2=32.
Any number raised to the power of 1 is the number itself. Example, 250 to the power of 1 is 250.
You square the number in the parentheses.
5 raised to the 3rd power is 125.
Any number raised to the zero power is... zero !
If a number raised to the second power is squared and raised to the third power is cubed, I'm going to take a guess and say that a number raised to the fourth power is tesseracted.
ANY number raised to the power of 1 equals itself. Any number raised to the power of 0 equals 1.
a cubed number or a number to the third power
Any number raised to the power of zero is just 1.
Any number raised to the power 1 is that same number, x1 = x. For example, 51 = 5.
Any number raised to the power 0 is equal to 1. The exception is 0 to the power 0, which is not defined.
Any number raised to the first power is equal to that number itself. Therefore, 2371 = 237.
The square root property is where the number that is to the second ( or whatever number it is) power, is multiplied by itself.