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Q: How do you say 10 raised to the power 20?

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20 raised to the fourth power or 20*4 (where * is used as the symbol for exponentiation)

6.3333333 x 10^20

Both 30 and 20 are equal to 1. Any real number raised to the zero power is 1.

10020 = (102)20 = 1040 = 10 duodecillion10020 = (102)20 = 1040 = 10 duodecillion10020 = (102)20 = 1040 = 10 duodecillion10020 = (102)20 = 1040 = 10 duodecillion

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ANY number raised to the power of 1 equals itself. Any number raised to the power of 0 equals 1.

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2 to the power of 20 divided by 4 to the power of 10 is equal to one.

20 raised to the fourth power or 20*4 (where * is used as the symbol for exponentiation)

Any non-zero number, raised to the zero power is equal to 1.

20^10 = 10240000000000

It can have anywhere from say 10 to 20 hp but is around 10 stock

7.36 in the 5th power = 12.41 10 to the 5th power = 20 12.41 x 20 = 303.2

2 x 10^1

10 billion to the 100th power is 1.e+1000

320 / 4 = 871,696,100 remainder 1

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