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Q: How do you write 8 times 8 times 8 times 8 times 8 in exponent form?

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express 8x8x8x8x8 in exponent form

238 = 2x4 = 2x2x2 = 23.

You take the original number and multiply itself by however many the exponent is. Example: 8 exponent 3, you would multiply 8 by itself three times. 8*8*8.

8 with an exponent of four

Two to the sixth power. 8 with an exponent of 2 equals 64 and 4 with an exponent of 3 equals 64

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express 8x8x8x8x8 in exponent form

120=8x3x5, but 8 is not a prime. We write 8 as 23 .Now the prime factorization is 23 x3x5. We stop because all the factors are primes raised to an exponent power..

Convert each item to standard form before addition. To convert scientific form to standard form move the decimal point the number of digits given by the exponent, if positive to the right, if negative to the left; if the digits run out insert zeros. If no decimal point is visible it is "hiding" after the last digit. 8 x 10¹ = 80 3 × 10^-3 = 0.003 → 8 × 10¹ + 3 × 10^-3 = 80 + 0.003 = 80.003

238 = 2x4 = 2x2x2 = 23.

10 to 8 power

8⁵

You go 1+57-83÷41x95 and then you have the answer. : )

8⁴ = 8x8x8x8 = 4096

You take the original number and multiply itself by however many the exponent is. Example: 8 exponent 3, you would multiply 8 by itself three times. 8*8*8.

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