Q: What exponent of 10 could equal 1000?

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The exponent in this case is the small number written in superscript (raised) to the right of the 10.

3.43*10-3 = 3.43/1000 = 0.00343

10 to the fifth power, or 1.0 x 10 to the sixth power.

1000 centimeters is equal to 10 meters.

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10 to the third (10)3 = 10 X 10 X10 = 1000

105 = 100,000

1000 = 10x10x10 = 103.The 3 is an exponent. It tells you how many times 10 is multiplied by itself to get 1000.

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The exponent in this case is the small number written in superscript (raised) to the right of the 10.

104= 10000

The base could be 11 and the exponent 2, giving 112 But, it could equally be base = 14641, and exponent = 0.5, or base = 10, and exponent = 2.082785 (approx)

3.43*10-3 = 3.43/1000 = 0.00343

1000 cm is equal to 10 meters.

10 to the fifth power, or 1.0 x 10 to the sixth power.

No. 1000 centimeters is equal to 10 meters.

1000 centimeters is equal to 10 meters.