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Q: What is 5 to the second power times 10 times 2 times b minus 1?

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10 to the power 10 times bigger

10 to the power of 6, or 1,000,000

10^6 or 1,000,000 has the prime factorization of 2 to the sixth power times 5 to the sixth power

Because of the law of conservation of energy. Neglecting minor losses from imperfect efficiency, eddy losses, heating, etc., a transformer's output power is always the same as its input power. If the voltage, for instance, is stepped down by a factor of 10, then its current will be stepped up by a factor of 10. Since power is voltage times current, power is preserved.In reality, looking at the big picture, there are no losses. Whatever is "apparently" lost is made up in heat and electromagnetic radiation. Power In minus Power "Lost" equals Power Out. Always.

(5x + 2)(x - 5)

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