how you write out 3 to the fifth power is you have to use exponent's example:2x2x2x2x2 that's 2 to the fifth power
no i cantgfsar
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 fifth power, or 1.0 x 10 to the sixth power.
The exponent is TWO.
The base is six. Five is the exponent. (65)
X• x• x• x• x
It is 4 to the power 5 = 1024 Which is the same as 2 the power of 10 = 1024
Two raised to the fifth power is 32.
The number is called the exponent, e.g. 32, 25 (three squared, 2 to the fifth power).
4^5 5 is the exponent.
In 2 to the fifth power (25), the 2 is called the base and the 5 is called the exponent. This expression equals 2*2*2*2*2 = 32.
It would be two to the sixth power. 2 as the base 6 as the exponent.
Power = 5 = exponent. That is, exponent = 5.
One over two to the fifth power equals 50,000
Three to the fifth power equals two hundred forty-three.
The exponent is 2 - from the SECOND power.
45 - The number at the bottom (4) is the base; the small number at the top (5) is the exponent.
Two to the sixth power. 8 with an exponent of 2 equals 64 and 4 with an exponent of 3 equals 64
Two to the fifth power multiplied by three to the second power equals 288.
Binomials are algebraic equations with two different terms. Trinomials are algebraic equations with three different terms. For example, w^2 + 7w + 7 would be a trinomial because there are three terms in it and you can't simplify it any further. w + 7w would not be a binomial because you could still simplify it to be 8w, which is a monomial. w + 7 would be a binomial because there are two terms in it and you can't simplify it any further. Monomials have one term, binomials have two, trinomials three, and four terms and on are called polynomials. A linear binomial would be a binomial in which the highest exponent, or power, is one. For example, x + 2. A quadratic trinomial is a trinomial in which the highest exponent or power is two, or the second power. For example, w^2 + 7w + 8. A cubic binomial is a binomial in which the highest exponent or power is 3. For example, 7w^3 + x^2. Since three is larger than two, it is the highest power and the equation is a cubic binomial. Equations to the fourth power and on are simply called fourth degree, fifth degree, and so forth. For example, fourth degree binomial, sixth degree trinomial, and fifth degree monomial. To sum it up, Monomial = one term Binomial = two terms Trinomial = three terms Polynomial = +4 terms Linear = 1 is the highest power/exponent Quadratic = 2 is the highest power/exponent Cubic = 3 is the highest power/exponent Fourth degree, fifth degree, sixth degree, etc. = the highest power/exponent is four or larger.