Q: What is 5 with an exponent of 3?

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the -3 is multiplied by itself 5 times, so the exponent is 5: (-3)×(-3)×(-3)×(-3)×(-3) = (-3)^5

Coefficient -5. Base: x. exponent: 3. Value: depends on the value of x. or Base: (-5)1/3x, exponent: 3

Base 5, exponent 3 (53)

2^3 * 3^2 * 5^3

The answer to the expression 25a^5 + 15a^4 - 35a^3 - 40a^3 + 10a divided by 5a is 5a^4 + 3a^3 - 7a^2 - 8a + 2.

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the -3 is multiplied by itself 5 times, so the exponent is 5: (-3)×(-3)×(-3)×(-3)×(-3) = (-3)^5

120

Coefficient -5. Base: x. exponent: 3. Value: depends on the value of x. or Base: (-5)1/3x, exponent: 3

105

Base 5, exponent 3 (53)

X5/X3 5 - 3 = X2 =====That is the exponent part; subtract the bottom exponent from the top exponent. X3/X5 3 - 5 X - 2 =====or, 1/X2 ===

9 5 3 3 3 1

2^3 * 3^2 * 5^3

The answer to the expression 25a^5 + 15a^4 - 35a^3 - 40a^3 + 10a divided by 5a is 5a^4 + 3a^3 - 7a^2 - 8a + 2.

165 = 3*5*11

5

Power = 5 = exponent. That is, exponent = 5.