### 1.92 x 10to the power of 6 X 3.2 x 10 to the power OS -11?

Hi, If the base raised to a power is the same (here they are both 10) then you mulitply the two numbers in front of the power i.e. 1.92 x 3.2 = 6.144 and then you add the powers i.e 10 to the power 6 x 10 to the power 11 = 10 to the power 6 + 11 = 10 to the power 17 or 10E+17 in scientific notation. Then you write them both…

### What is the second power?

When you multiply a number by itself, you get the "second power" of the number. That's also called the "square" of the number. Here are some examples: The second power of 5 is (5 x 5) = 25. The second power (square) of 10 is (10 x 10) = 100. The square (second power) of 6 is (6 x 6) = 36. The square of 3.1 is (3.1 x 3.1) = 9.61.