Q: 4 to the second power

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4,096 or 4 to the sixth power. When multiplying numbers with powers you add the powers if the whole number is identical. 4 squared x 4 squared is 64, x 4 squared is 4096

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16 22 x 22 =16 because 22 =4 and 4x4 is 16.

8t^2 - 11t - 4

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-4 to the second power is 16

12 to the second power is 144...2 to the second power is 4, any # to the second power is the # times itself.

Calculate the powers, and do the addition. For example, the second power of 4 is the same as 4 x 4 (you are supposed to multiply 4 by itself).

4,096 or 4 to the sixth power. When multiplying numbers with powers you add the powers if the whole number is identical. 4 squared x 4 squared is 64, x 4 squared is 4096

4 to the second power

4 x 4 = 16

The answer is 256.

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In classical times, the second power was described in terms of the area of a square. This led to the use of the term squareto mean raising to the second power.

2 to the second power is 4, which isn't a factor of 54. 3 to the second power is 9, which is a factor of 54 but isn't prime. 4 divided by 9 is 4/9, which isn't prime and isn't a factor of 54.