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Ten to the power of one is '10^1' .

Except for manipulation of indices(powers/exponentials), we don't normally write ten like this . When '10' is written , it is deemed to be the power of '1'.

As an example

10 x 10^3 becomes

10^1 X 10^3

Remember the rule for indices. If the coefficient , '10' is this case, is the same for both terms, we add the indices.

Hence 10^1 X 10^3 = 10^4

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โˆ™ 2010-08-28 20:28:46

10 to the power of 1 is just 10

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