There are various formula of load calculation. Power equals current multiplied by the voltage. Power can also be computed by multiplying the resistance by the square of the current.
15 squared is 15 x 15 which equals 225.
60 is the square root you are looking for. 60 x 60 = 3600.
The square root property is where the number that is to the second ( or whatever number it is) power, is multiplied by itself.
H= v over pie r to the second
If T2 = 78, then T = 78(1/2) or the square root of 78, or about 8.83.
5 to the second power
It then equals 1/81
It equals 200 because 20x20 equals 200
The answer is 1, whatever the value of a.
2x2 = 228 divide both sides by 2 x2 = 114 x = ±√114 by the square root property
Two to the fifth power multiplied by three to the second power equals 288.
When you multiply a number by itself, you get the "second power" of the number.That's also called the "square" of the number.Here are some examples:The second power of 5 is (5 x 5) = 25.The second power (square) of 10 is (10 x 10) = 100.The square (second power) of 6 is (6 x 6) = 36.The square of 3.1 is (3.1 x 3.1) = 9.61.
square root of c to the second power is c
82 = 64.
it equals 16!
It equals 4
In classical times, the second power was described in terms of the area of a square. This led to the use of the term squareto mean raising to the second power.
The square root of 2 raised to the fifth power equals 5.65685424949
2/4 raised to the second power equals 0.25