Q: What are the first four terms of a sequence when the nth term equals 3 to the power of n and what term number is 729 in the sequence?

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1, 16, 81, 256 14641 is the 11th term.

5 to the second power

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The missing number in this sequence is 64, or 4 raised to the third power. You find the answer by noting that each number in the sequence is a counting number starting at 1 that is raised to the third power. For example, 2 raised to the third power (2 x 2 x 2) is 8.

Any number raised to the power 0 equals 1.

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1, 16, 81, 256 14641 is the 11th term.

Any number to the first power equals that number, and any number to the zero power equals one.

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It doesn't.Any number to the power of zero equals ' 1 '.Any number to the power of ' 1 ' equals that number.

Any number to the first stays the same, so x to the first equals x.

The number 7 raised to the 2nd power (or squared) equals 49.

5 to the second power

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ANY number raised to the power of 1 equals itself. Any number raised to the power of 0 equals 1.

2 to the power of 3 equals 8.

5 to the third power equals 125

Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined.Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined.Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined.Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined.