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93s.mwhite

6 years agoPosted 6 years ago. Direct link to 93s.mwhite's post “what is 5 to the third po...”

what is 5 to the third power

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(113 votes)

Boone

6 years agoPosted 6 years ago. Direct link to Boone's post “well, to the power means ...”

well, to the power means the number, times itself, however many times the power is. for example,

2 to the fourth power would be 16. because 2 times two is four, that times two is eight, eight times two is sixteen. 2*2*2*2. so five to the three would be 5*5*5. I bet you can find the answer from there.(172 votes)

Matiullah Danish

5 years agoPosted 5 years ago. Direct link to Matiullah Danish's post “Can We Negative Square Nu...”

Can We Negative Square Num.? If yes, How?

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(66 votes)

Marcus Padilha

5 years agoPosted 5 years ago. Direct link to Marcus Padilha's post “Yes, we can use in imagin...”

Yes, we can use in imaginary numbers, where (-1)²=i , I think you're gonna see it at the pre-cauculus subject.

(55 votes)

342069

5 years agoPosted 5 years ago. Direct link to 342069's post “Good Luck guys I am hope ...”

Good Luck guys I am hope you do well

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(44 votes)

colin critical gadrow

2 years agoPosted 2 years ago. Direct link to colin critical gadrow's post “thanks but I'm just here ...”

thanks but I'm just here to answer peoples questions

(19 votes)

jackie shines

5 years agoPosted 5 years ago. Direct link to jackie shines's post “what if 6x6x6x9=?”

what if 6x6x6x9=?

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(24 votes)

kahlens

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to kahlens's post “6 x 6 x 6 x 9 = 6^3 x 9 =...”

6 x 6 x 6 x 9 = 6^3 x 9 = 1944

(31 votes)

MKAJayden25

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to MKAJayden25's post “What is imaginary numbers...”

What is imaginary numbers?

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(19 votes)

Ian Pulizzotto

3 years agoPosted 3 years ago. Direct link to Ian Pulizzotto's post “Good question! In the re...”

Good question! In the real number system, it is not possible to find the square root of a negative number, since no real number times itself is negative. This is because 0 times itself is 0, a negative number times itself is positive, and a positive number times itself is positive.

To get around this problem, mathematicians invented the imaginary unit i, defined as the square root of -1. This produces an extended number system called the complex numbers, defined as numbers in the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers. For example, 8, 3 - 2i, and 5i are complex numbers. Also, 5i is an example of what is called a pure imaginary number, because 5i is just a real number times i.

Have a blessed, wonderful day!

(41 votes)

Saini

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to Saini's post “What are some tips to be ...”

What are some tips to be a great 6th grader since it is the first time in middle school?

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(14 votes)

jayde.eneh

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to jayde.eneh's post “I guess socially, stick t...”

I guess socially, stick to your own friend groups and stay out of trouble, but academically, ask as many questions as you can so you can get a firm understanding of what you're learning.

(3 votes)

Olivia

10 months agoPosted 10 months ago. Direct link to Olivia's post “It's the same as finding ...”

It's the same as finding the square root of something.

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(13 votes)

TheReal3A

10 months agoPosted 10 months ago. Direct link to TheReal3A's post “Yes, just the opposite pr...”

Yes, just the opposite process!

You can say that "squaring" and "square rooting" are inverse operations. (when n >= 0 though)(12 votes)

noor

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to noor's post “what is that bar on top o...”

what is that bar on top of a number!?

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(10 votes)

TheCoolestFrogWizard

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to TheCoolestFrogWizard's post “It means it's repeating o...”

It means it's repeating over and over, it comes in handy when you have a 'repeating decimal'. You'll probably learn about repeating decimals when you start to learn about shifting fractions into decimals. Hope that helps <3

(13 votes)

eogunsola94

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to eogunsola94's post “I have a 7th Grade Placem...”

I have a 7th Grade Placement test that is part of what determines if I go to the Algebra class next year (the other factors are Grades in Math and Iready Math Diagnostics) So please add more to 6th Grade like getting ready for 7th Grade Placement exam. You don't have to add more questions just make a separate course just to the reason for the Placement exam that many people take.

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(9 votes)

311137

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to 311137's post “are you going into 6th gr...”

are you going into 6th grade or 5th?

(2 votes)

cj046910

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to cj046910's post “I have a question; I'm go...”

I have a question; I'm going into 8th Grade next year and decided to take the highest math class because the lower classes were too easy for me. Is it going to be extremely harder than before? What can I do to prepare?

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(5 votes)

Ian Pulizzotto

a year agoPosted a year ago. Direct link to Ian Pulizzotto's post “Make sure to understand o...”

Make sure to understand operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and signed numbers. Make sure to understand the properties of numbers, especially the distributive property.

You will also want to review order of operations, exponents, and solving one-step and two-step equations.

Have a blessed, wonderful day!

(9 votes)