105 is a power. 10 is the base and the exponent is 5.
It is 4 to the power 5 = 1024 Which is the same as 2 the power of 10 = 1024
Base 6, exponent 5.
I believe it is: 3.02•10^5 (^5 means five as an exponent to 10. Can't make the 5 smaller)
For example, 10 to the power -5 means the same as 1 divided by (10 to the power 5). In general, you can interpret negative exponents this way, with reciprocals.
I assume you mean "negative integer exponents".It means that: * It is an exponent * It is an integer (whole number) * It is negative (less than zero, i.e., with a minus sign) A negative exponent is defined as the reciprocal of the positive exponent. For example, 10 to the power -5 is the same as 1 / (10 to the power 5).
Rounded it would be, 2x10^5 Not rounded it would be, 198x10^3
In the number 25 the exponent is 5. Whereas, 2 is the base.
I am not entirely sure what you mean: If you raise something to a power, you automatically have an exponent.(-5) to the power (-1) is the reciprocal of (-5) to the power 1, so you have 1 / (-5), or -1/5.
The exponent is 12 (512). 512 = 244,140,625
5(10^(-2)) = 5 / (10^2) = 5/100 = .05 because multiplying any number by a negative exponent (such as 10^(-2)) is the same as dividing by its reciprocal (10^2)
As far as I know, there is no no word that describes the exponent 5, besides the phrase "raised to the fifth power".
10 to the power 1
10 power of 4
10 to the fifth power, or 1.0 x 10 to the sixth power.
For example, ten to the power -5 is the same as 1 divided by (10 to the power 5).In scientific notation, to expand the number, the negative exponent means that you must move the decimal point the specified number of positions to the LEFT. In the case of a positive exponent, you move the decimal point to the RIGHT, to expand the number.
52 (5 is the base and 2 is the exponent or power). The 2 says to multiply 5 by itself 2 times. 5*5 = 25
it would be 1 * 10 to the 9th power ( your exponent would be 9
You move the decimal point to the left - by as many digits as the absolute value of the exponent, e.g., if the exponent is -5, you move the decimal digit 5 positions to the left.
10 to the 5th power
The ^ is used as the exponent character. So you can do 10^2. There is also a function to do it called POWER: =POWER(10,2)
1.43 X 10^5 ( 5 is exponent and should be shown just above and to right of 10 )
35 = the exponent 5 indicates the number of times 3 should be multiplied to itself. So it's 3x3x3x3x3 = 35