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Q: To raise a base to the second power?

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Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.

Multiply it by itself.

It is raised to the second power

That depends on your base salary. The amount of the raise will be 0.025 times the base. The new salary will be 1.025 times the base.

the length of the base would be 16

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Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.Raise each part to the second power: (28xy)2 = 282x2y2 = 784x2y2.

Multiply it by itself.

It is raised to the second power

The logarithm of that number to the base.

Yes the number is raised to the second power

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#include <math.h> and link to the math library, then you can use pow(base, exponent).

6 is the base number.

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Yes.

the answer is e raise to power minus pi/2

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