Q: What is the exponent of 11?

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x2y4z6-121 Use the difference of two squares to factorise:- (xy2z3-11)(xy2z3+11)

11

220 = 22*5*11

11

Yes, 25 CAN BE and exponent. Any number can be and exponent

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If the exponent or raised power of a number is in the form of p/q the exponent is said to be rational exponent. For example= 11/2 22/3

The base could be 11 and the exponent 2, giving 112 But, it could equally be base = 14641, and exponent = 0.5, or base = 10, and exponent = 2.082785 (approx)

x2y4z6-121 Use the difference of two squares to factorise:- (xy2z3-11)(xy2z3+11)

11

0.000000000071

2 x 2 x 11 x 11 x 13 = 6292 2^2 x 11^2 x 13 = 6292

220 = 22*5*11

2772 = 22*32*7*11

The implied exponent of any single number is 1.

It is the latter that is less than the former

165 = 3*5*11

You can choose the base to be any number (other than 0, -1 and 1) and calculate the appropriate exponent, or you can choose any exponent and calculate the appropriate base. For example, base 10: 121 = 10^2.08278537 (approx) Or exponent = 10: 121 = 1.615394266^10 (approx). I expect, though, that the answer that is required is 121 = 11^2.