#1

I have some math questions I am pretty stumped on. For each of these expressions it says to state the power. Not to sure what that means.

A) 2(to the fifth) x 2(squared)

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2(to the fourth)

B) ( x (To The Fourth) )( x (Squared) )

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x (Cubed)

I would have put the exponents in but I don't know how to on a computer.

If someone could please find the power to each of these expressions you are very helpful.

A) 2(to the fifth) x 2(squared)

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2(to the fourth)

B) ( x (To The Fourth) )( x (Squared) )

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x (Cubed)

I would have put the exponents in but I don't know how to on a computer.

If someone could please find the power to each of these expressions you are very helpful.

#2

A) 2^3

B) X^3

B) X^3

#3

its 2x2x2x2x2 which is 32, and 2x2 which is 4, multiplyed, which is 128, over 2x2x2x2 which is 16. Not that hard. Then its x to the 7th over xcubed. which is the best your gonna get.

#4

You write it like (2^5 x 2^2)/(2^4)

you add exponents on top to 2^7 and subtract the four so the answer is 2^3 or 8

Second one is same property and equals x^3

you add exponents on top to 2^7 and subtract the four so the answer is 2^3 or 8

Second one is same property and equals x^3

#5

Exactly.You write it like (2^5 x 2^2)/(2^4)

you add exponents on top to 2^7 and subtract the four so the answer is 2^3 or 8

Second one is same property and equals x^3

#6

the other guys are right... but once again this is a guitar site and not somewhere to try and get your homework done

#7

Multiplying powers, add the indices.

Dividing powers, subtract

Dividing powers, subtract

#8

the other guys are right... but once again this is a guitar site and not somewhere to try and get your homework done

This is "The Pit"

It doesn't have to be strictly "guitar" stuff

besides, it actually does indirectly relate

to guitar because if this kid has to spend

too much time working on math, he can't

play guitar

#9

8 and x^3

#10

This is "The Pit"

It doesn't have to be strictly "guitar" stuff

besides, it actually does indirectly relate

to guitar because if this kid has to spend

too much time working on math, he can't

play guitar

Just because I had trouble on one question in math, doesn't mean I can't play guitar. f*ckface