## How do you read the power of a power?

To simplify a power of a power, you **multiply the exponents, keeping the base the same**. For example, (23)5=215 ( 2 3 ) 5 = 2 15 .

## How do you read numbers with powers?

## How do you read a power of 10?

## How do you show 10 to the power of 2?

The first way to express 10 to the second power is to **write two 10s with a multiplication sign in between**, like this: 10 x 10. This indicates two factors (ie – second power) of 10 multiplied by itself.

## What number is 10 to the 10th power?

One | 10^{0} | “ten to the zero” |
---|---|---|

billion | 10^{9} | “ten to the nine” |

ten billion | 10^{10} | “ten to the ten” |

hundred billion | 10^{11} | “ten to the eleven” |

trillion | 10^{12} | “ten to the twelve” |

## How do you convert 10 to power?

To convert from the abbreviated powers of ten to the full number, **look at the superscript value first** (6 in this example). Then take the number value, in this case 1.0, and move the decimal point to the right the same number of spaces as the superscript value, filling in the new spaces with zeros.

## How do you work out 10 to the power of minus 3?

## What is the easiest way to calculate power?

## How do you figure out exponents?

## What is negative 10th power?

Negative powers

Name | Power | Number |
---|---|---|

one | 0 | 1 |

tenth | −1 | 0.1 |

hundredth | −2 | 0.01 |

thousandth | −3 | 0.001 |

## What is 10 to the negative power of 2?

0.01

Answer: The value of 10 to the power of negative 2 is **0.01**.

## What is the value of 10 power?

Thus, shown in long form, a power of 10 is **the number 1 followed by n zeros**, where n is the exponent and is greater than 0; for example, 10^{6} is written 1,000,000. When n is less than 0, the power of 10 is the number 1 n places after the decimal point; for example, 10^{−}^{2} is written 0.01.

## How do you find the 10th power of a decimal?

Memorize. Just like you learned your multiplication table early on, if you need to calculate base-10 logs regularly with modest precision then just memorize a table like: **10^0.1 ≈ 1.259**. **10^0.2 ≈ 1.585**.

## What is example of value in math?

Mathematics: a number, or the result of a calculation. Example: 3 × 4 gives the value of 12. **Money**: how much something is worth. Example: the value of this coin is one dollar.

## What is the value of 1e 6?

Scientific notation and metric affixes

To enter this number | Use this metric affix | Use this E Notation |
---|---|---|

0.000001 | 1u (micro) | 1e-6 |

0.000000001 | 1n (nano) | 1e-9 |

0.000000000001 | 1p (pico) | 1e-12 |

1,000 | 1k (kilo) | 1e3 |

## How do you calculate 10 to the power on a calculator?

Using the Exponent Key

On most calculators, you enter the base, **press** the exponent key and enter the exponent. Here’s an example: Enter 10, press the exponent key, then press 5 and enter. (10^5=) The calculator should display the number 100,000, because that’s equal to 10^{5}.

## How do you do decimal powers?

**When** taking the power of a decimal, first count the number of decimal places in the base number, as when multiplying decimals (see Decimal Multiplication. Next, multiply that number by the exponent. This will be the total number of decimal places in the answer.

## How do you decide by which power of 10 to multiply an equation?

With negative powers of 10, the rule is the same: move the decimal point the number of places indicated by the exponent. Multiplying by negative exponents, the decimal point moves to the left; multiplying by positive exponents, the decimal point moves to the right.

## How do you put 6.02 x10 23 in a calculator?

For example, to enter **Avogadro’s** number 6.02 x 10^23 is the traditional method.

…**This is the use of the EE button.**

- type in the significant figures, 6.02.
- hit the 2nd key (top left)
- hit the EE button (above the #7, also X-1)
- type in the exponent, 23.

## How do you do e to the power on a calculator?

On most graphing calculators in order to raise e to a power you must **press the e key first, then press your exponent key ^, and then enter in your exponent**. If you have the e key (with no exponent showing) and the caret top key let’s practice taking e and raising it to the 5th power.

## How do you find 2 power N?

Another solution is to keep dividing the number by two, i.e, **do n = n/2 iteratively**. In any iteration, if n%2 becomes non-zero and n is not 1 then n is not a power of 2. If n becomes 1 then it is a power of 2.