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Q: What is 1 times 10 to the power of negative 5?

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take the negative out of that power and place it as 10/-1

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-1 to the power of four equals -1 times -1 times -1 times -1. -1 times -1 equals 1 (since a negative times a negative equals a positive). (1 to the power of 2) 1 times -1 equals -1 (since a negative times a positive equals a negative). (1 to the power of 3) -1 times -1 equals 1. (1 to the power of 4)

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

1.004 X 10-1 is equal to 0.1004.

Ah! Very cool math there! Well, 10 to a negative power is just 1/10 to that power, so 10-1 equals 1/10 which is .1 Your answer is .1

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-1 is the answer. -1 times -1=1,1 times -1=-1.

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10-1 / 10-4 = 104 / 101 = 103 = 1000

Yes. 10^-2 = 1/(10^2) = 1/100, 10^-5 = 1/100000

10-1 is 10/-1 equals 0.1

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The same as 1 / 1010.

10-1 is 0.1 or 1/10

0.9x10-1 is 0.09. In scientific notation, 9x10-2

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No it doesn't. A negative exponent moves the decimal place in the other direction. So while 10 to the power of two is 10 times 10 or 100 10-2 = 1/(102) = 1/100 = 0.01

10 ^ -3 = 1/1000 = 0.001. Times 3.2 = 0.0032