Q: P times p to the third power?

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

That means the same as p times p times p (that is, "p" appears 3 times as a factor).

p 4

(p-5•8•4+p)

The formula for perimiter of a square is: P= S times 4 P= 37 times 4 P= 148 in.

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

If: E*I = P Then: I = P/E

That means the same as p times p times p (that is, "p" appears 3 times as a factor).

one-third of p is at least -17

5p2 = 315 Therefore, p2 = 315/5 p = sqrt(63) p = Â±7.94

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p 4

4 times p or 4p

Power, P, is current, I, times voltage, E. (P = IE) Not knowing one of voltage, E, or current, I, you can apply ohm's law ... E = IR or I = E/R ... and come up with variations ... P = I2R P = E2/R

p2 X p2 = p4or p X p X p X p = p4