Q: What is two thirds to the second power times two thirds to the sixth power?

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x squared times y to the negative four thirds power

two thirds are 4 times greater than 1 sixth

Yes because when dealing with 10 squared times 10 to the fourth power you must multiply the exponents and you will get 10 to the sixth power.

10^6 or 1,000,000 has the prime factorization of 2 to the sixth power times 5 to the sixth power

4,096 or 4 to the sixth power. When multiplying numbers with powers you add the powers if the whole number is identical. 4 squared x 4 squared is 64, x 4 squared is 4096

The equation is equivalent to 'x to the power of 4 thirds' times 'x to the power of 2.5'. Multiplying them together, we simply add the powers, giving 'x to the power of 23/6' or the 'sixth root of x to the power of 23'.

512

2/3 * 5/6 = 10/18 = 5/9

5,000,000

14,000,000

0.13168724279

0.545 to times ten to the negative sixth power = 0.545 x 10^-6(This equates to 0.000000545)

GCF is 60

6x5

The equation is equivalent to 'x to the power of 4 thirds' times 'x to the power of 2.5'.Multiplyling them together, we simply add the powers, giving 'x to the power of 23/6' or the 'sixth root of x to the power of 23'.

9 million.

4 million.

1,200,000

4.2 times 10 to the sixth power in standard form is 4.2 x 106 This translates to standard notation as: 4,200,000

do negative 4 times 4 6 times

1,420,000.0

35 * 106 = 35,000,000

12 to the second power is 144...2 to the second power is 4, any # to the second power is the # times itself.

two thirds times one is two thirds.

1800