## How do you write 25 as a power?

25 to the 25th power is conventionally written as 2525, with superscript for the exponent, but the notation using the caret symbol ^ can also be seen frequently: 25^25. 2525 stands for the mathematical operation exponentiation of twenty-five by the power of twenty-five.

### How do you write numbers in power form?

In a rich text editor, the power number symbol is created by entering a superscript in the text. The superscript icon is given under “Font” category. For spreadsheet software, type the “^” symbol, which represents exponents. Type the value of the power number immediately after the power symbol.

**What is the exponent of 25 to the 5th power?**

The exponent of the number 25, 5, also called index or power, denotes how many times to multiply the base (25). 25 to the power of 5 = 255 = 9765625.

**What number is 10 to the 25th power?**

Positive powers

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

sextillion (trilliard) | 21 | 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 |

septillion (quadrillion) | 24 | 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 |

octillion (quadrilliard) | 27 | 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 |

nonillion (quintillion) | 30 | 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 |

## How to calculate the power of two numbers?

2x2x2x2 is stated as ‘Two to the 4th power’ or simply ‘2 to the 4th’ and so on.. Use the below power of numbers calculator to calculate the power of any numbers. Power of a number is obtained by multiplying it by itself. Where the base number (a) is raised to the power limit (n) which is equal to n times multiplication of a.

### How to write 10 to the power of 8?

Example: 10 to the power of 8: We write 108 , we select 8 and we do the combination Ctrl + Shift ⇧ + = –> 10 8. In OpenOffice : Same method but with a different combination: Select the number to put in superscript or in power then perform the key combination : Ctrl + Maj ⇧ + P.

**Which is an example of a power of a number?**

It is important to recall some basic information about the powers of the numbers. To begin with, a power shows how many times a number is multiplied by itself. For example, if we take a number 2 raised to the power of 2, or squared, (written like this – 2^2) then we get an answer of 4.

**Can a number be written as a power of ten?**

Display Base “10^” Show base ten before the exponent. In this example, none of the numbers can be written as integer powers of ten. Therefore, the exponent “x” in “10^x” is a fraction. We reduce the number of decimal digits in the power to four and display them without the base. These options will be used automatically if you select this example.