Just X to the second power minus nine. You can't subtract nine from x to the second power unless you know what x is.
No, it is not the same. Ten cubed is ten to the third power or 10x10x10 or 1000. Ten to the second power is 10x10 or 100.
What is 7.24 -10 to the second power
ten to the power minus nine
100 - 36 = 64
10-10 = 0.0000000001 or 1x10-10 in standard form.
Would you mind typing it out for me? I don't quite understand exactly what you are asking. For example, x to the second power minus 4x over x to the second power minus 16 would be... x^2-4x/x^2-16 Do you mind typing it out like that? Because what you wrote makes no sense at all.
No, it's 10 to the minus nine
Five times ten to the third power is 5000 and three times ten to the second power is 300; 5000 + 300 = 5300.
It is 140.
144x2 - 25
10 [ ten ] .AnswerTen, raised to the power of multiples of plus or minus 3.
simplified it would equal: 24x to the third power - x to the second power - x to the sixth power - 34
It is a polynomial expression in x. What about it?
It is 10 power minus 24 of a second.
(2x - 3)(3x + 2)