Q: What is p to the -2 power times p to the 5th power?

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The Answer Is 120 :P -Kris

Add the exponents: p2p7 = p9

p=1/3(A)^2 where: p=power A=maximun amplitude

The expression that represents two times the sum of p and 8 is 2(p + 8).

a = L x W: area equals length times the width. p = 2L + 2W: perimeter equals 2 times the length plus 2 times the width so L = (p - 2W)/2

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The Answer Is 120 :P -Kris

p=1/3(A)^2 where: p=power A=maximun amplitude

Add the exponents: p2p7 = p9

23p = 2*2*2*p=4*2*p= 8p

P=I^2*R where P=power I=Current R=Resistance

Area: A = l2 Where l is the length of a side. and the 2 means raised to the second power "squared" which means multiplied times itself.

3 times (p * p * p) 3p3 3 = coefficient p = base 3 = exponent

The expression that represents two times the sum of p and 8 is 2(p + 8).

The big power Formulas: Formula 1 - Electrical (electric) power equation: Power P = I × V = R × I2 = V2 ⁄ Rwhere power P is in watts, voltage V is in volts and current I is in amperes (DC).If there is AC, look also at the power factor PF = cos φ and φ = power factor angle(phase angle) between voltage and amperage. Formula 2 - Mechanical (mechanic) power equation: Power P = E ⁄ t = W ⁄ twhere power P is in watts, energy E is in joules, and time t is in seconds. 1 W = 1 J/s Scroll down to related links and look at "Formulas and calculations - Electricity and Electric Charge".

Since the formula for the perimeter of a rectangle is 2 times the lenght plus 2 times the width (P = 2l + 2w). P = 2(8) + 2(3) P = 16 + 6 P = 22m

P'=P(1+m^2/2)