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Q: What number raised to both the first power and the second power equals one?

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That's the reflexive property of equality.

Two pentagons that have corresponding angles congruent. First equals the first, second equals the second and so forth.

In any subtraction sum, such as 8 - 3 = 5, the first number is the minuend, the second number is the subtrahend, and the third number, following the equals sign, is the difference.

for addition you take the sum and subtract one of the numbers being added from it and for subtraction you add the difference with the second number being subtracted so it equals the first number

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Any number raised to the first power is equal to that number itself. Therefore, 2371 = 237.

That's the reflexive property of equality.

Two pentagons that have corresponding angles congruent. First equals the first, second equals the second and so forth.

Enter the first number. Push the divide button. Enter the second number. Push the equals button.

The numbers are 7 and 28 which equals 35 when added together

the first number above the equals sign is called the minuend

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