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Q: When working with exponents how do you write 4x4x4x4x4 as a power of 4?

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7 to the 1/3 power

It is equivalent to: 86 in exponents

An acceptable way to type an exponent is to use the caret symbol (^). Example: Write 3 to the power of 2 as 3^2. If possible, superscripts are normally used. Example: write 10 to the power of 5 as 105.

You do not write numbers in exponent for in words.

3 to the power of 4 9 to the power of 2 81 to the power of 1 I'm on this problem in my notebook too ;)

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4 to the power of 5

10x10x10x10= 10,000=10 to the 4 power

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Sure.1 = 1raised to any power including zero

two ways are 9 to the power of 2 and another one is 3 to the power of 4 exponents are when you do x and use powers here is one 5x5x5x5 is 5 to the power of 4

You give them exponents. For example 5 becomes a power when it is 5 to the 3rd power (5^3).

Such that 64 is equal to 26, or two to the power six, 1/64 is equal to 2-6, or two to the power minus six.

you multiply for example 2to the 5th power =2x2x2x2x2Writing exponents in standard form is simple and easy to do. For every exponent you have to put a zero.

7 to the 1/3 power

When I use ^ that means to raise it up as an exponent.70=2x5x7The only exponents are to the first power and we usually don't write those.

It is equivalent to: 86 in exponents

To calculate this, write the number as a power of ten, and use the fact that when you raise a power to a power, you simply multiply the exponents. (10^10)100 = 10^20