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Q: What is negative 10 to the second power?

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10 to the second power is the inverse of 10 to the negative second power. 10 to the 2nd power is 100 so the inverse of 100 is 1/100 or .01 so 10 to the negative second power is written as 10-2 which is equal to 1/100 or 0.01.

10-2 = 100

10-2 = 0.01

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10-2 = 0.01

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10 the the negative 6 power= 0.000001

30 + 3-2 = 10/9

10 to the negative 12 power

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4.0 × 10-2 written in standard notation is 0.040

The prefix that means one quintillionth, or times ten to the negative 18th power, is atto-. Examples: An attometer is a quintillionth of a meter, and an attosecond is a quintillionth of a second.

Negative 5 to the second power would be -5 times -5 which would be 25.

It is: 1.0*10-46

10 to the negative 5th power (10-5) equals 0.00001

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it is 1/100,000,000 or 1/10 to the negative 8th power.

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Millionth is the name for the power of 10 to the negative 6 power. The prefix for this is micro.

10 to the negative 27th power (10-27) equals 0.000000000000000000000000001

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10-7 is smaller than 10-2.

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You add exponents, so it is 10 to the 4th power, which is 10000