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Q: Is a power a whole number?

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It IS a whole number!

The number of 0s in the product is equal to the sum of the number of 0s in the whole number that you started with and the power [of ten].

It is the perfect square of that number.

1 to any power that is a whole number, is 1.This rule does not extend to powers that are not whole numbers since 1 to the power 0.5 can be 1 OR -1.

It is 2176.

it is the whole number in a power

No. 27 to the third power is a regular whole number.

' x ' = any whole number greater than ' 2 '.

100

You add as many zeros to the number as you have in the power of 10.

A 1 with 24 zeros after it

It is 390625.

24 x 10^4

6 x 10^3

Assuming you mean a whole number power of 10, then no. However, allowing for a non-whole number, then: 20000 ≈ 104.30103, since log10 20000 ≈ 4.30103

im pretty sure its called the base

The product of a whole number and another whole number is a whole number.

The product of a whole number with a whole number is a whole number. A whole number is an integer ( a counting number).

The 4th power of 5 is 625 . 4 and 5 are consecutive whole numbers.

Apart from using a calculator, specifically if you multiply a whole number by a power of 10:* To multiply a whole number by 10, add a zero to the whole number. * To multiply a whole number by 100, add two zeros to the whole number. * Etc.

1 to any power that is a whole number, is 1.This rule does not extend to powers that are not whole numbers since 1 to the power 0.5 can be 1 OR -1.

1 to any power that is a whole number, is 1.This rule does not extend to powers that are not whole numbers since 1 to the power 0.5 can be 1 OR -1.

3^3 = 33 = 27

It represents 2,700,000

No, it does not.