10 to the fifth power, or 1.0 x 10 to the sixth power.
The exponent is five.
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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. An expression can have a variable exponent (for instance, 2 to the power x, or x to the power y), but that is no longer a polynomial.
In y = x^n, n is called the exponent while x^n is called a power of n. Power really refers to a power function, which is more than simply the exponent.
The base is six. Five is the exponent. (65)
It is 4 to the power 5 = 1024 Which is the same as 2 the power of 10 = 1024
As far as I know, there is no no word that describes the exponent 5, besides the phrase "raised to the fifth power".
4^5 5 is the exponent.
i am assuming you mean a number with the exponent like this... x2 x5 From my knowledge of math and calculus this just means that the x with the five means its the fifth point along that line or graph. It does not mean you numerically multiply that x by five or that x is to the fifth power. Just means its the second or fifth in the series of x's. In this series of x's there is also a plain ol' "x" and "x3" and "x4". If you have a number you must have all the preceding numbers before it.
The exponent tells how many times the base is used as a factor. Three to the fourth power is 3 x 3 x 3 x 3
3 to the fifth power is 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 243.
gcf 18x to the 3rd power and 30 x to the fifth power
x to the 20th power
When we have x to a negative exponent we can move the x to the denominator and make the exponent positive. So x-7 is the same as 1/x7
The number is called the exponent, e.g. 32, 25 (three squared, 2 to the fifth power).
Power = 5 = exponent. That is, exponent = 5.
1.43 X 10^5 ( 5 is exponent and should be shown just above and to right of 10 )
It is x to the fifth power.
what is x squared to the fifth power?
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.