Q: What is 500 to the second power?

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500 yards per minute = 500/60 yards per second = 0.9144*500/60 metres per second = 7.62 m/sec

12 to the second power is 144...2 to the second power is 4, any # to the second power is the # times itself.

500 of them.

Period = (1) divided by (frequency) = 1/500 = 0.002 second

The exponent is 2 - from the SECOND power.

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It will be 1/500 of a second = 0.002 seconds.

2a to the second power. If you combine the like terms, (a to the second power + a to the second power), it would be the same as 2a to the second power.

500 yards per minute = 500/60 yards per second = 0.9144*500/60 metres per second = 7.62 m/sec

12 to the second power is 144...2 to the second power is 4, any # to the second power is the # times itself.

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