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## What is negative 10th power?

Negative powers

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

tenth | −1 | 0.1 |

hundredth | −2 | 0.01 |

thousandth | −3 | 0.001 |

ten-thousandth (Myriadth) | −4 | 0.000 1 |

## How do you calculate 2 to the negative power?

A positive exponent tells us how many times to multiply a base number, and a negative exponent tells us how many times to divide a base number. We can rewrite negative exponents like x⁻ⁿ as 1 / xⁿ. For example, 2⁻⁴ = 1 / (2⁴) = 1/16.

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

0.01

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

## What is 2 with a negative exponent?

A negative exponent is defined as the multiplicative inverse of the base, raised to the power which is opposite to the given power. In simple words, we write the reciprocal of the number and then solve it like positive exponents. For example, (2/3)-2 can be written as (3/2)2.

## What is the lowest 10th power?

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. When n is equal to 0, the power of 10 is 1; that is, 100 = 1.

## How many zeros are in 10 to the 12th power?

One | 100 | “ten to the zero” |
---|---|---|

hundred billion | 1011 | “ten to the eleven” |

trillion | 1012 | “ten to the twelve” |

ten trillion | 1013 | “ten to the thirteen” |

hundred trillion | 1014 | “ten to the fourteen” |

## What happens when an exponent is 0?

The zero exponent indicates that there are no factors of a number. Example: Simplify each of the following expressions using the zero exponent rule for exponents. Write each expression using only positive exponents.

## What is the one trillion 10th power?

1 trillion to the tenth power is 1 x 10¹²⁰.