Yes but only if its multiplying, lets say its 4 to the 2nd power times 4 to the 3rd power that would be 4 to the 5th power because u keep the base and add the exponents
((4)2)3 simplifies to 46 (Simply multiply the two exponents when they are 'stacked'. 46=4*4*4*4*4*4=4096.
If your multiplying two numbers with the same base you add the exponents. EX. 4^2 * 4^3 This means 4 to the 2nd power times 4 to the 3rd power. You just add the 2 and 3. Now it becomes: 4^5 Hope this helped!
No say you had 3to the 2nd power + 1 to the 2nd power. u would follow order of operations and multiply first. then u would add.
Powers. 2 to the power of 4 = 16. "to the power of 4) is the the exponent.
Add the exponents. The answer is 106
4 to the 2nd power is basically 4 squared, which is 4 x 4. 4 x 4 is 16. Let me explain. 4 to the 2nd power is an exponent. Exponents can be like 5 to the 34th power or 6 to the 14th power. Take the main number, in your case four, and multiply it by itself the number of powers. 4 squared is multiplying 4 two times. Multiplying it once would leave you at 4. Then, twice would be 4 x 4. See, there are two numbers you multiply by. In 9 to the 4th power, it would be 9 x 9 x 9 x 9. Get it?
You can make it 4 to the 9th power and you will still get the same answer.
10^4 * 10^7 = 10^11 When multiplying exponents with the same base (in this case, 10), you add the exponents (4+7). If you were dividing, you'd subtract the exponents.
when dividing a number to a certain power by the same number to a different power, subtract the exponents 6 to the 6 divided by 6 to the 2 = 6 to the 4 power = 1296
2 to the 3rd power x 5 to the 2nd power = 200
two ways are 9 to the power of 2 and another one is 3 to the power of 4 exponents are when you do x and use powers here is one 5x5x5x5 is 5 to the power of 4
The prime factorization of 63 using exponents is 3 to the 2nd power and 7 (3*3*7=63)
You multiply the exponents.
Exponents, such as 2 to the 3rd power or 4 to the 4th power.
10x10x10x10= 10,000=10 to the 4 power
You evaluate the power of the power first. For example, 4 to the power of (3 to the power of 2) is 4 to the power of 9 which is 262,144
Since the base is the same, you can subtract the exponents in this case, so it is 4 to the power (9 minus 3).
3624 in expanded form is 3000 + 600 +20 +4 translate the expanded form in exponents: 3000= 3* 10 to the power of the 3 600= 6* 10 to the power of 2 20 = 2* 10 to the power of 1 4= 4* 10 to the power of 0
As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 23*32 = 72
(23)4 = 4096 This is because raising a power to a power multiplies the exponents, therefore, (23)4 = 212
The rule is that you multiply the exponents. So if I have 2 squared and I want to raise it to the third power, you multiply the 2x3=6. When you multiply powers you add the exponents. When you raise exponents to a power you multiply. This works for rational exponents which can be used to represent roots as well.