Q: What is 2 to the eighteenth power?

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10^18 = 1e+18 = 1x10 to the 18th power

1/18 x 1/2 = 1/36

The one line expression is: ((0 != n) && !(n & n-1)) example: int main () { for (int n = 0; n <= 1000001; ++n) { if ((0 != n) && !(n & n-1)) cout << n << " is a power of 2" << endl; } return 0; } will produce: 1 is a power of 2 2 is a power of 2 4 is a power of 2 8 is a power of 2 16 is a power of 2 32 is a power of 2 64 is a power of 2 128 is a power of 2 256 is a power of 2 512 is a power of 2 1024 is a power of 2 2048 is a power of 2 4096 is a power of 2 8192 is a power of 2 16384 is a power of 2 32768 is a power of 2 65536 is a power of 2 131072 is a power of 2 262144 is a power of 2 524288 is a power of 2

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8 = 2 to the third, so 8 to the sixth = 2 to the eighteenth. ie ((2 to the third) to the sixth). In this case you multiply the powers, not add them. Check it out, if you added the powers, you'd get 2 to the ninth which is 512, ie 8 to the third.

10^18 = 1e+18 = 1x10 to the 18th power

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