Ab to the 4 power times a to the fifth power and b to the 3 power is a quadrilateral equation.
9 to the 2nd power (92) 3 to the 4th power (34)
8 1/3 = ab^-1, 1.8 =ab^2
One is 3 to the 4th power
Three to the 4th power divided by 3 to the 7th power equals 0.03703703703
Three divided by three to the negative 4th power is 243.
how you write out 3 to the fifth power is you have to use exponent's example:2x2x2x2x2 that's 2 to the fifth power
You write by writing a plain 3 with a little 3 in the top right corner. The answer to 3 to the third power is 27.
3 to the fouth power is the same as 3*3*3*3
The GCF is 7ab^2.
In the expression: 4³ = 64, the 3 is called the exponentor the power. You would read this as "four to the power of three" or "four cubed".But if it meant 34 = 81, which is read '3 to the 4th power' or '4th power of 3', then the 3 is called the base.
you could write it as 233*3
Indices, are powers to which a number is raised. They are written in superscript (to the top right of the thing you are raising to the power). Integer powers are the simplest and easiest to understand. ab is read "a to the power of b" and provided b is a whole number, it means you have to multiply a by itself b times. 21=2 since any number equals itself when raised to the power 1. 34=81 since 3*3*3*3=81 41/2=2. In this case the power of one half means we have to take the square root of 4. The general case a1/b means we take the 'b'th root of a. So Square root, cube root etc. Now we can also combine these: ab/c means we first take the 'c'th root of a, and then raise it to the power of b. So 272/3=9 since the cube root of 27 is 3, that is 33=3*3*3=27, and 32=9 If we have ab*ad, that can be simplified to ab+d, similarly ab/ad=ab-d. Note 1/ab=a-b. Hence a0=ab/ab=1, which is important.
You could write "3 to the fourth" or "3^4" or 34.
(3ab)^(2) Explanation: Simplify (3ab)^2 Use the power rule (ab)^n = a^nb^n to distribute the exponent. Raise 3 to the power of 2. 9a^2b^2
the same way you would write to the second power, only with a 3 instead of a 2, a tiny 3 where this asterisk* is. so 3 to the 3rd is 3* but with a three (where the asterisk is)
3y=ab. Divide by 3 to get y=ab/3
3 to the second power is 32 or 3 x 3 which is 9
The positions for the A Flat scale on a tenor trombone are 3rd (Ab) 1st(Bb) 6th(C) 5th(Db) 3rd(Eb) 1st(F) 4th(G) and 3rd(Ab) you can also start from the higher Ab-3 Bb-1 C-3 Db-2 Eb-3 F-1 G-2 and Ab-3
(3)3 = 27