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is it possible to have 10 to the power of 2.5?

 Aug 19, 2015

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Yes; you can have 10 to an exponent of any number.

To get a decimal approximation, use a calculator; however, it can be reduced (a little):

102.5  =  102 + 0.5  =  102 x 100.5  

Since 102 = 100 and 100.5 = 101/2  =  √10

102.5  =  100√10

 Aug 19, 2015
 #1
avatar+17776 
+5
Best Answer

Yes; you can have 10 to an exponent of any number.

To get a decimal approximation, use a calculator; however, it can be reduced (a little):

102.5  =  102 + 0.5  =  102 x 100.5  

Since 102 = 100 and 100.5 = 101/2  =  √10

102.5  =  100√10

geno3141 Aug 19, 2015

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