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is s^1 the same as s

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  1. Wolfboy
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    Yea because one s^1=s so they are the same

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  2. jrzyby1
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    yes

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  3. WONDEMU
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    no defference since any number to the power of 1 is a number itself.

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    I was just making sure Thanks

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  5. waheguru
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    I have one more question

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    Is s*s^4=s^5

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    Ummmm yea I think so cause s^5 is s*s*s*s*s so s*s^4 I think is the same

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