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Q: What is 5 plus 2 with an exponent of 2?

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5x^2(x^2 + 5)

The first and third are quadratic expressions in x, the second is a quadratic expressions in n, and the fourth is a quadratic expressions in y. None of them are equations so cannot be solved.

In the number 25 the exponent is 5. Whereas, 2 is the base.

(m + 5)(3m - 1)

231 + 231 = 2 x 231 = 232

52 (5 is the base and 2 is the exponent or power). The 2 says to multiply 5 by itself 2 times. 5*5 = 25

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Power = 5 = exponent. That is, exponent = 5.

As far as I know, there is no no word that describes the exponent 5, besides the phrase "raised to the fifth power".

Exponent. For example: in 25 (which can also be written 2^5), 5 is the exponent and means that the 2 is multiplied 5 times (or 2*2*2*2*2).

32

-25

5^2

(6x^5-4x^2)+(2x^3-3) = 6x^5-4x^2+2x^3-3 The grestest exponent is 5, which is the degree of the above expression.

2 times 5 exponent of 2

52 x 2

5+5+2+2=14

2+2+2+10+5+5+5+20+20+20+20+20+20=151

It is 2 and power of 5

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2^3 * 3^2 * 5^3

2^2 x 5 = 20

(-2)⁵ = -32

(1/2)-5 = 32

2 + 5 + (3 x 2) + 4 +2 + 17 + (2 - 13) + 5 = 30