Q: What does 20 with an exponent mean?

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20 = 20^1 so for base 20, the exponent is 1. 20 = 10^1.3020 (approx) so for base 10, the exponent is 1.3010 20 = 2^4.3219 (approx) so for base 2, the exponent is 4.3219

An example is 2 . Because 200 = 1, therefore 1 is an exponent of 20. And 1 * 2= 2. If you mean x20, then still, 2 works. So conclusion: The most simple answer is 2

the exponent is a negative

you don't have a zero exponent in math.

If you mean 200, that is equal to 1. Any other number raised to the power zero is also 1. 00, however, is not defined.

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20 = 20^1 so for base 20, the exponent is 1. 20 = 10^1.3020 (approx) so for base 10, the exponent is 1.3010 20 = 2^4.3219 (approx) so for base 2, the exponent is 4.3219

the exponent is 2, expressed as twenty, squared or 20 X 20.

An example is 2 . Because 200 = 1, therefore 1 is an exponent of 20. And 1 * 2= 2. If you mean x20, then still, 2 works. So conclusion: The most simple answer is 2

The exponent that equals 20 is the logarithm base 10 of 20, denoted as log10(20). In other words, 10 raised to the power of this exponent equals 20. The approximate value of log10(20) is around 1.3010.

the exponent is a negative

you don't have a zero exponent in math.

it can either mean the number e raised as an exponent or it can mean just simply and exponent.

If you mean 200, that is equal to 1. Any other number raised to the power zero is also 1. 00, however, is not defined.

20, 80 ,160, 2550 Any number with zero exponent is equal to 1.

9.5367432x10^13

A negative exponent is the reciprocal of the corresponding positive exponent. 102 = 100 10-2 = 1/100

exponent of 12?Perhaps you mean factor thus;22 * 3= 12====