Since 88 is given as a number without an exponent, its implied exponent is 1.
Not sure what you're asking. Any number can be an exponent, like 1013, where 13 would be the exponent in this case. If you were given the number 13, and asked what the exponent was, the answer would be one (1), since any number to the 1 power equals that number, so 131 = 13, if no exponent is given then it is assumed to be one (1).
Answer: 1 Something like 52 is called a power. The base is 5 and the exponent is 2. If the exponent is not given it is assumed to be one, so that 760 = 7601. The exponent is 1.
you can say that it is polynomial if that have a exponent
When you are given just a whole number like 50 this means the exponent is just 1 So 501 is your answer
The answer could be exponential representation but, given the limited amount of information in the question, it is hard to be sure.
The base is the number that is going to be raised to a power.
GEMDAS- grouping,exponent, multiplication,divission,addition,subtraction
The exponent is a characteristic of a number. A measurement unit does not have an exponent. Since a metre is a measurement unit, it does not have an exponent.
An exponent is a quantity representing the power to which a given number or expression is to be raised, usually expressed as a raised symbol beside the number or expression. A coefficient is a numerical or constant quantity placed before and multiplying the variable in an algebraic expression. In the expression 4x^2 (four x squared) the four is the coefficient and the 2 is the exponent.
Yes, 25 CAN BE and exponent. Any number can be and exponent
First you have to set it to the same power of 10. Then it can easily be added or subtracted. To multiply, you just multiply the given values and add the exponent. To divide, you divide the numbers and subtract the exponent.
you get an exponent when you multiply EXAMPLE 10x10x10=1000 that is an exponent NO DONT THINK THAT IF THE EXPONENT IS 3 YOU MULTIPLY IT BY 3 NO WAY JOSE
Power = 5 = exponent. That is, exponent = 5.
a quantity representing the power to which a given number or expression is to be raised, usually expressed as a raised symbol beside the number or expression
It is: 21a exponent 6
The question is not specific enough. The word exponent has several meanings. Thus, an exponent of an exponent could refer to a person who is an expert promoter of the mathematical concept of the indices or powers of numbers.
Yes, you can, but it starts getting complicated. You can, for example have a number raised to an exponent that is itself a number raised to an exponent, or you can have a number raised to an exponent and the result raised to another exponent.
An exponent is any number denoted in the following manner. 2x where x is an exponent.
what is the loose exponent
Exponent is a noun.
The word "exponent" is derived from the Latin verb "exponere", to "put out [more of something]".