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Q: How do you solve 5 to the negative second power?

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Negative 5 to the second power would be -5 times -5 which would be 25.

-7p2 -2p3 + 5 is an expression, not an equation or inequality. An expression cannot be solved

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4fg^-5 / 5h^-3 = 4fh^3/5g^5

when they say a number is "to a power" like "5 to the second power" its the same thing as 52 read "5 squared" to solve this all you have to do is 5x5=25. if you have "3 to the fourth power" you would do 34 which is the same as 3x3x3x3=81.

(-5)2 = (-5) * (-5) = + 25 [since -ve * -ve = +ve]

(-5)-2 = 1/(-5)2 = 1/25 = 0.04

(4/5)-2 = (5/4)2 = 25/16

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4²+(-3-(-5))x2 = 16+ (-3+5)x2 = 20

To solve the problem 5 - -6, think of it as 5 + 6. You can do this because two negative numbers equal as positive number, and similarly two negative signs equal a positive. Therefore 5 --6 is 11.

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It is equivalent to 1 over 5 to the power of 5, or 1 over 3125.

-1 -2 multiplied by another -2 equals 4 .4-5=-1

(-3/5)^2 = + 0.36, or...(-3/5)^2 = + 9/25

5 to the second power = 5*5 = 25

The vertex is (5, 11).

35 to the second power -5 = 30

It is -1/5

That is the definition of negative powers.

Five to the negative third power = 0.008

-46 negative 46

If you mean 5 to the power of -1 then it is 1/5

10 to the negative 5th power (10-5) equals 0.00001

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