Q: How do you raise a number to the 2nd power?

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815*537 = 2.56*1039 in standard form Therefore it will have 40 digits.

multiply it by itself six times for example 2 to the 6th power = 2x2x2x2x2x2 = 64

six to the 2nd power= 36 In number form it looks like this: 62

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Yes, most 4-function calculators have a power or exponent button denoted by a "^" symbol. You can use this button to raise a number to a power.

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