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Q: What is 2 to the sixth power multiplied by 3 to the fourth power?

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If a number is raised to the fourth power, it is multiplied by itself four times. For example, 24 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 16.

2^4 x 3 = 48

Two to the fourth power multiplied by five.

24u to the second power. Differentiate 40u to the fifth power which is 200u to the fourth power and 5u to the second power which is 10u. Subtract 400u to the sixth power from 1000u to the sixth power which is 600u to the sixth power. Then square 5u to the second power which is 25u to the fourth power. Finally, divide 600u to the sixth power by 25u to the fourth power. The solution is 24u to the second power. Another method is simplifying it to 8u cubed (to the third power) and taking the power rule. Take 3 times 8u which is 24u and subtract 1 from 3 in exponent which is 2. The answer is 24u to the second power.

10^6 or 1,000,000 has the prime factorization of 2 to the sixth power times 5 to the sixth power

2/3 multiplied by 1/6 = 2/18 or 1/9 in its simplest form

Two to the sixth power equals 64.

1 half multiplied by 1 third is 1 sixth.

14.875

= Z X and Y are examples. 2 to the power of X multiplied by 2 to the power 2 equals 16 What is X? X=2 2 to the power of 2 (2x2) multiplied (X) by 2 to the power of 2 (2x2) (2x2)4 X (2x2)4 = 4X4 = 16

Two to the fourth power times 5 to the fourth power equals 10,000

512

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