It is similar because when you divide fractions you are technically multiplying the second number's reciprocal. (Turning the fraction the other way around)
squaring a number is taking it to the second power, initialy just multiplying it by its self.
Because division by a number (the second fraction) is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal.
It actually doesnt because you flip the second fraction
0.25 no, 0.25 (or 1/4), is the reciprocal of 4. the reciprocal of 25 is 1/25
= The sum of two numbers is -42 the first number minus the second number is 52 Find the numbers? =
If the second number is a multiple of the prime number, than the LCM is the second number. If the second number is not a multiple of the prime number, then the two numbers are relatively prime, and the LCM is the product of the two numbers.
A modern personal computer is capable of multiplying two numbers in just a few nanoseconds. A nanosecond is a unit of time equal to one billionth of a second.
Example: Here are your numbers. 9/8 7/3 1/4 1/5 first, divide 9/8 by 7/3 for dividing, you flip the reciprocal for the second fraction and multiply. then, you divide your 1/4 by 1/5 Flip the reciprocal for the second and multiply.
9 to the 2 power is 81 9x9=81 When you are calculating powers you are really multiplying the first number by itself the number of times the second number says. so for 9 to the 2 power you are multiplying 9 by itself 2 times
1010 When multiplying numbers with powers - you add the powers together.