Table of Contents

- 1 How do you raise to the power of 5?
- 2 How do you write x raised to 2?
- 3 What is the exponent of 5?
- 4 How do you make the power symbol on a keyboard?
- 5 How do you type to the power of 6 on a keyboard?
- 6 How do you type a small 2?
- 7 How to calculate exponent raised to power calculator?
- 8 How to calculate a 10% increase in a number?

## How do you raise to the power of 5?

In arithmetic and algebra, the fifth power of a number n is the result of multiplying five instances of n together: n5 = n × n × n × n × n. Fifth powers are also formed by multiplying a number by its fourth power, or the square of a number by its cube.

## How do you write x raised to 2?

You can also type 2 first and then select or highlight it before clicking the x² button. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + + (hold the Ctrl and Shift keys and then press the + key) to get the same result as clicking x². Take note that this keyboard shortcut only works on Word.

**How do you solve for a raise to a power?**

When raising a power to a power in an exponential expression, you find the new power by multiplying the two powers together. For example, in the following expression, x to the power of 3 is being raised to the power of 6, and so you would multiply 3 and 6 to find the new power.

### What is the exponent of 5?

Powers and Exponents

base number | 2nd power | 5th power |
---|---|---|

3 | 9 | 243 |

4 | 16 | 1,024 |

5 | 25 | 3,125 |

6 | 36 | 7,776 |

### How do you make the power symbol on a keyboard?

Instructions: To add a special symbol to your text hold down the ALT key on your keyboard and type in the corresponding numbers on your keypad….

Windows keyboard shortcuts | ||
---|---|---|

To type this symbol | Press this on your keyboard | |

ⁿ | Alt+252 | Power n |

¹ | Alt+0185 | To the power of 1 |

² | Alt+0178 | Squared |

**How do you type the 4th power symbol?**

How to Type to the Fourth Power Symbol

- Type the number 4.
- Highlight the number 4.
- Format the font and change it to “superscript.” On the “Format” menu, choose “Font” and change the style to “Superscript” by selecting the option from the menu or clicking on the superscript check box.
- Open your Web page in an HTML editor.

## How do you type to the power of 6 on a keyboard?

Press the “Shift” and “6” keys to enter a caret symbol. Alternatively, type two asterisks in a row. Enter the exponent.

## How do you type a small 2?

Hold down Alt and key in 0178 and let go of Alt. A superscript 2 will appear. Incidentally, if you needed ‘cubed’ instead of ‘squared’ then type 0179 and you’ll get a superscript 3. In fact, this will work anywhere in Windows or online – even in Word.

**How do you make a small 2 on a Mac keyboard?**

The characters menu that is activated with “ctrl+cmd+space” allows access to a “superscript 2” or square root symbol (²).

### How to calculate exponent raised to power calculator?

To simplify exponents with power in the form of fractions, use our exponent calculator. Example: Calculate the exponent for the 3 raised to the power of 4 (3 to the power of 4). It means = 3 4. Solution: 3*3*3*3 = 81. 4 to the 3rd power = 81. Therefore the exponent is 81. 2 raised to the power calculator. Example:

### How to calculate a 10% increase in a number?

How do I calculate a 10% increase? 1 Divide the number you are adding the increase to by 10. 2 Alternatively multiply the value by 0.1. 3 Add the product of the previous step to your original number. 4 Be proud of your mathematical ability!

**How to calculate a 3% pay raise?**

To do this, simply move the decimal two places to the left. For a 3% increase, you will use.03. Step 2: Multiply the employee’s current pay rate by that decimal If your employee makes $15/hour, then you have: 15x.03=.45.