Q: What power of ten is 1?

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A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).

10^-1

A 1 followed by 16 zeroes. 10,000,000,000,000,000 "ten quadrillion"

the answer= 1/10000000000000000

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A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).A positive integer power of ten is of the form 1 followed by zeros: ten, hundred, billion and so on.A fractional power of ten can be any positive number - the logarithm (to base 10).

10^-1

No it is ten to the negative fourth power. If the number is greater than 1 it is to a positive power, if the number is smaller thann 1 it is to a negative power.

A 1 followed by 16 zeroes. 10,000,000,000,000,000 "ten quadrillion"

powers are exponents. ten to the zero power=100=1 ten to the first power=101=10 ten to the second power=102=100 etc.

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the answer= 1/10000000000000000

A negative power of ten means divide by ten to the positive value of the power. Thus 10-3 is the same as 1/103 or 1/1000 Thus 10-6 is the same as 1/106 or 1/1000000

1. Any number to the power of zero is equal to one.

10 to the power of negative 6 = 1/1,000,000

10-1 is 0.1 or 1/10