Q: What is 10 to the 8th power times 3.2?

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Two to the fifth power (25) would be 2x2x2x2x2 (two multiplied by itself 5 times). That is very different from 2x5 which would equal 10. You would multiply 2x2 and get 4, and then 4x2 and get 8, and then 8x2 and get 16, and then 16x2 and get 32.Two to the power of two is 2x2x2x2x2 (two times itself five times) which equals 32.

32/10=3.2 or 3 r2

LCM of 10 32 64 80 is 320.

10%/100% * 10 = 3.2

ab*ac=ab+c consider the powers of 2. 22=4, 23=8, 22*23=32=23+2=25 when multiplying a number by itself, you raise its power by one. when multiplying a number by itself n times, you raise it to the power of n, so if you raise a number to the power n, then the seame number to the power m, then multiply these together you are multiplying n+m times

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It is: (10 and 2/3) times 3 = 32

The number 2 to the 5th power is 32. To find the answer to a number to a power, you need to multiply that number by itself the number of times of the number in the power. For 2 to the 5th power you would multiply 2x2x2x2x2 (2x2=4x2=8x2=16x2=32).

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It means that a)the the power source gives outputs between 10 and 32 volts DC current OR b)The device needs beteen 10 and 32 volts DC current

no its 32

Yes, it is.