negative eight plus two times four to the second power
The theorem you are referring to is a2+b2=c2 which is called the Pythagorean theorem. This describes the side lengths of a right triangle in which the two sides that meet at a right angle are sides a and b respectively and side c is the hypotenuse.
It is 12
That would be two. Two to the second power is 4.
-7p2 -2p3 + 5 is an expression, not an equation or inequality. An expression cannot be solved
two ways--depends on where ()s are placed. 1. ten point three going on forever. 2. two.
Two to the fifth power multiplied by three to the second power equals 288.
2 to the second power is the same as 22, which is 2 x 2 or 4.