Q: What exponent equals 20?

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the exponent is 2, expressed as twenty, squared or 20 X 20.

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

75 = 3*5^2

20 = 400

Any number to the zero power equals '1'.

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the exponent is 2, expressed as twenty, squared or 20 X 20.

20 = 20^1 so for base 20, the exponent is 1. 20 = 10^1.3020 (approx) so for base 10, the exponent is 1.3010 20 = 2^4.3219 (approx) so for base 2, the exponent is 4.3219

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

20 with an exponent of 2 means 20 squared, or 20 times 20, or 400. An exponent of 3 means 20 cubed, or 20 times 20 times 20, or 8000. The exponents work as they do for any other base.

If a number (other than 0) has 0 as an exponent, it equals 1! It may be hard to believe but it is true, no matter what number. If a number has no exponent, there is basically an invisible 1 as the exponent, so the number would be equal to itself. Zero with the exponent zero is meaningless.

The exponent of 1234567890 is 1 because anything to the 1st power equals that number.

-1 to any odd exponent equals -1

It is 2 and power of 5

ten to the sixth power

20

75 = 3*5^2

2556