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Q: What is the prime number using index notation of 243?

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It is: 2^3*3 = 24

5^2

2^4 x 3^2

81 is 3 to the power 4.

23 x 32

In index form, that would be 64

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In mathematics and computer programming, Index notation is used to specify the elements of an array of numbers. The terms "index notation", or "indicial notation" are sometimes used to refer to Einstein notation. The formalism of how indices are used varies according to the subject. In particular, there are different methods for referring to the elements of a list, a vector, or a matrix, depending on whether one is writing a formal mathematical paper for publication, or when one is writing a computer program. This is not to be confused with "index form" which is the writing of prime factorizations using exponents.

In mathematics and computer programming, Index notation is used to specify the elements of an array of numbers. The terms "index notation", or "indicial notation" are sometimes used to refer to Einstein notation. The formalism of how indices are used varies according to the subject. In particular, there are different methods for referring to the elements of a list, a vector, or a matrix, depending on whether one is writing a formal mathematical paper for publication, or when one is writing a computer program. This is not to be confused with "index form" which is the writing of prime factorizations using exponents.

140 in exponential notation using prime factors is 2^2 x 5 x 7

64 = 26

2 x 3 x 5^2

23 x 29

It is: 24*32 = 1584

It is: 23*53 = 1000

23 x 5

22 x 131

31 x 291

48 = 2⁴×3

2^4 x 3^2

Prime factors in exponent form: 2^4 * 11

Scientific Notation is expressed by using a number, using an exponent as a number (usually a decimal) multiplied by a 10, and an exponent (the number on the exponent is the number of zeros the number has).Example: 120,000,000 in scientific notation is 1.2 X 107

22 x 32 = 36

24 x 3 = 48

22 x 7 = 28

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