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Q: What is ten to the negative second power?

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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.

Ten to the negative sixth power in decimal form is 0.000001

5.3 times ten to the negative first power is 0.53

10 to the power of negative 6 = 1/1,000,000

Move the decimal point left to multiply by a negative power of ten. For example, 5X10-3 is 0.005

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take the negative out of that power and place it as 10/-1

It is equivalent to dividing by ten to the equivalent positive power.

The prefix that means one quintillionth, or times ten to the negative 18th power, is atto-. Examples: An attometer is a quintillionth of a meter, and an attosecond is a quintillionth of a second.

Five times ten to the third power is 5000 and three times ten to the second power is 300; 5000 + 300 = 5300.

200

0.001

.000005

0.0001

-1331.

Negative 5 to the second power would be -5 times -5 which would be 25.

1/36

It is 140.

No it is ten to the negative fourth power. If the number is greater than 1 it is to a positive power, if the number is smaller thann 1 it is to a negative power.

.0000000010

the answer= 1/10000000000000000

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negative eight plus two times four to the second power

100

You reverse the sign of the power and multiply by adding exponents. Example 10 to the 7 divided by 10 to the negative 6 = 10 to the 13