The answer depends on the power number. If, for example, the power number is -0.5, then there is no rule in real numbers.
the power of the number is when the number has a little number beside it and the number is multiplied that many times :) :)
Any number to the power of 1 is that same number.
a cubed number or a number to the third power
It doesn't.Any number to the power of zero equals ' 1 '.Any number to the power of ' 1 ' equals that number.
If a number has a superscript - it's the power e.g. 109 The nine is the power.
why is a number to the power of 0 1
5 to the second power
Any number to the power of one is still the same number. Any number to the power of zero is ' 1 '.
Any number to the first power equals that number, and any number to the zero power equals one.
If a number is to the power of 2 it is "squared". The number that is squared is the "root".
It is just the number that you did to the power of 1 like 6 to the power of 1 is 6