5TH GRADE MATH NEED HELP ASAP

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EXAMINE THE PATTERN AND FILL IN THE MISSING NUMBER.

1,4,27,256,___

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    One possible sequence:
    1^1
    2^2
    3^3
    etc.
    When series get this big so quickly, look for some possible exponent relationship.

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    i need help with customary units of weight and capacity

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    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?

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    I GO TO MARTENSDALE-ST. MARYS IN MARTENSDALE, IOWA. I DON'T WANNA SOUND STUPID BUT WHAT DOES ^ STAND FOR?

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    ^ means "raised to the power of"
    X ^ 2 = X * X
    X ^ 3 = X * X * X
    etc.

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    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.

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    can you help me with my math factoization

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    ^ stands for squared.

    1 ^ 1 = 1 times 1 = 1
    2 ^ 2 = 2 times 2 = 4
    3 ^ 3 = 3 times 3 times 3 = 27

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    explain how you know that 5.5 is to the right of 51/4 on the number line

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    if austin have a pool that is a b c d whatis the dimension

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    you have to be a smarty pants (nerd) to know

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    What's another name for 1/4?

    A.1.4
    B. 1 1/4
    C. 0.25
    D. 1/25
    E. NH

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    metric homework: 30m = 6000
    i have converted to cm, in and feet, none get me to 6000

    help

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    fractions is 6/7 greater then 1/2

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    place fraction on the number line 5/3, 7/4, 4/6, 12/8, 2/3

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    i do not NO!

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