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2*5^2 ^2 here means the same as a 2 in superscript, or "squared".

Q: How do you write 2 times 5 times 5 as a exponet?

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answer: 90 ^ 9x10 ^ ^ 3x3x5x2 2 2 exponet is 3x 5

3^2 x 5

Answer: Exponents are numbers that are multiplied by itself that. Example: 2 to the power of 2( 22) means: 2 x 2,which equals 4. ( the exponet of 2 is squared-you call it squared ONLY if the original number has the exponet of 2...and an exponet of 3 is cubed.like 23) or 9 to the power of 5 (or 9 with an exponet of 5, means:95 or 9x 9 x 9x 9x 9,(five 9's.)which equals=59,049. NOT to be confused with 9 x 5,which equals= 45. (See the difference? You can use your scientific calculator to check it!) So , you name your exponet by writing the number to be exponeted ,like number 9 in the example above, with a smaller 5 above and to the right of the original 9,that small number IS the EXPONET.So 9 with an exponet of 5the smaller number to the right is 5 and it IS the EXPONET and is ,written 95 .

2*5=10

2 x 5 x 5 is the prime factorization of 50.

4 with a 5 as its exponet

(2 x 5)2

Write down 40 and 1. Divide by two. Write down 20 and 2. Divide by two. Write down 10 and 4. Divide by two. Write down 5 and 8. Stop. (40,1)(20,2)(10,4)(8,5)

Write the base as many times as the power indicates.2³ would be 2 · 2 · 2.5² would be 5 · 5.

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It is: 2 times 3^2 times 5 = 90 no indices are needed for 2 and 5