Posted by CORBEN on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 9:38pm.
One possible sequence:
1^1
2^2
3^3
etc.
When series get this big so quickly, look for some possible exponent relationship.
i need help with customary units of weight and capacity
Corben, I noticed that you posted the same question earlier.
I looked at the numbers and it took me a while to see the pattern.
how about
1^1, 2^2, 3^3, 4^4, ...
so the next number would be 5^5 or 3125
This is pretty heavy stuff for grade 5, where do you go to school?
I GO TO MARTENSDALE-ST. MARYS IN MARTENSDALE, IOWA. I DON'T WANNA SOUND STUPID BUT WHAT DOES ^ STAND FOR?
^ means "raised to the power of"
X ^ 2 = X * X
X ^ 3 = X * X * X
etc.
I forgot to add, the question is not stupid. No one knows what it means the first time the see it. It is always OK to ask what something means.
can you help me with my math factoization
^ stands for squared.
1 ^ 1 = 1 times 1 = 1
2 ^ 2 = 2 times 2 = 4
3 ^ 3 = 3 times 3 times 3 = 27
explain how you know that 5.5 is to the right of 51/4 on the number line
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you have to be a smarty pants (nerd) to know
What's another name for 1/4?
A.1.4
B. 1 1/4
C. 0.25
D. 1/25
E. NH
metric homework: 30m = 6000
i have converted to cm, in and feet, none get me to 6000
help
fractions is 6/7 greater then 1/2
place fraction on the number line 5/3, 7/4, 4/6, 12/8, 2/3
i do not NO!