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Q: What is the power to which something is raised or the number of times it is multiplied by itself?

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The number raised to the fourth power

A number raised to the power "a" is multiplied by itself "a" times. For example, 5 raised to the power 3 is 5x5x5=125. 2 raised to the power 5 is 2x2x2x2x2=32.

1 itself, 1 raised to any power will always equal 1

Any number raised to the second power means it is multiplied by itself two times. Thus 6 to the second power is: 6x6=136

universal binomial raised to power n means the is multiplied to itself n number of times and its expansion is given by binomial theorem

It is the negative of the value of the number multiplied by itself two times (not three times - as most of us are incorrectly taught).

If a number is raised to the fourth power, it is multiplied by itself four times. For example, 24 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 16.

no nothing can be multiplied to get a prime number

An exponent.

Any number raised to the power of 1 is equal to itself.

A number raised to the second power is a number times itself. This can also be stated as a number squared.

The number itself.

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