## What is the exponential notation for 144?

We write it 5 × 5 × 5 = 53. Thus for example the prime factorization of 144 is 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 or in exponential form 24 × 32.

**What is the exponential notation of 234?**

The exponent form of 234 is 2.34 × 102.

### What is the exponential notation of 128?

Also I know that 128 is 32 x 4, so 128 is 25 x 2 x 2 = 27. Thus, 128 x 32 = 25 x 27. 128 x 32 = 212.

**How do you find the square root of 144?**

What Is the Square Root of 144?

- The square root of a number is the number (integer) which when multiplied by itself results in the original number.
- 144 = a × a = 122
- Then a = √144 = √(12 × 12)
- 12 × 12 = 144 or -12 × -12 = 144.
- The square root of 144 is +12 or -12.
- This shows that 144 is a perfect square.

#### What is the exponential form of 36?

Explanation: The exponential form is √64=36 . To check, multiply √6⋅√6⋅√6⋅√6 which = 36.

**When writing a number in scientific notation the first number must be between 1 and 9?**

Q. When writing a number in scientific notation, the first number must be greater than 1, but less than 10.

## What do you mean by exponential notation?

Exponential notation is a method of simplifying the writing and handling of very large or very small numbers. In exponential notation, a number usually is expressed as a coefficient between one and ten times an integral power of ten, the exponent.

**When to use an exponents calculator with exponential notation?**

If you enter a negative value for x, such as -4, this calculator assumes (-4)n . “When a minus sign occurs with exponential notation, a certain caution is in order. For example, (-4) 2 means that -4 is to be raised to the second power.

### When does a minus sign occur with exponential notation?

“When a minus sign occurs with exponential notation, a certain caution is in order. For example, (-4) 2 means that -4 is to be raised to the second power. Hence (-4) 2 = (-4) * (-4) = 16. On the other hand, -4 2 represents the additive inverse of 4 2. Thus -4 2 = -16. It may help to think of -x 2 as -1 * x 2 …” [1]

**When to use Base X as an exponent?**

Also, when base x is a positive or negative two digit integer raised to the power of a positive or negative single digit integer less than 7 and greater than -7. Note that -42 and (-4)2 result in different answers: -42 = -1 * 4 * 4 = -16, while (-4)2 = (-4) * (-4) = 16.