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Solve 2^2x + 3(2^x) - 4 = 0 2016-04-27
From Lloyd:
Solve the equation 2^2x + 3(2^x) - 4 = 0
Answered by Penny Nom.
What is x to the power of 0? 2011-03-23
From Jason:
What is x to the power of 0?
Answered by Robert Dawson.
Exponential form 2009-04-16
From Pete:
Hi, How do you express √h^-4 in exponential form. I am having a lot of trouble with this one.
thanks
Pete

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Find the product of 2^35 and 5^38 in sci. notation. 2008-08-03
From Peter:
I am preparing for a competition and a lot of the non-calculator problems are like find the product of 2^35 and 5^38 in sci. notation. How would you do that?
Answered by Penny Nom.
3 divided by 3 to it's fifth root 2007-04-06
From Annie:
How do I transform the equation 3 divided by 3 to it's fifth root to simple radical form (getting the radical out of the denominator)?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A problem with exponents 2006-08-09
From A student:
(8a to the negative 2 b cube c to the negative 4/4a squared b to the negative 3 c squared) to the negative 2
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Rules of exponents 2003-05-05
From Carl:
Hi, I am a student who would like to recall how to multiply exponents. Here is such an equation:
6.02569 X 1025 X 5.254 =?

Also, adding exponents. Don't I just add subtract the exponents separately?
Such as 523 +15-12 =??

Answered by Penny Nom.
Fractional exponents 2002-09-20
From Jill:
The problem is with fractional exponants:
10 1/3 mult. by 10,000 The 1/3 is an exponant of 10.

Answered by Penny Nom.
Rules of exponents 2001-10-14
From Carissa:
how do you work this out? Investigate the relationship between a,b,c and d if 2a*2b=4c/4d?
Answered by Leeanne Boehm.
Powers 2001-03-04
From A student:
Hey, can you show me how you do ..

(2xy)to the 3rd power (x) to the 2nd power?


Answered by Penny Nom.
(50^20)(20^50) 1998-02-24
From fion:
50 power of 20 X 20 power of 50?

How many zero can be found in the answer and why?
Answered by Penny Nom.

 
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