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What is 0.5 to the tenth power, as a fraction? a.k.a. 0.0009765625 as a fraction

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    uh i think its 1/1024

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    Jess is correct

    .5 = 1/2

    then (.5)^10
    = (1/2)^10
    = 1/1024

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    250/908

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