What is 67 to the power of 10?

- anonymous

What is 67 to the power of 10?

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- anonymous

in order to find this out you have to do 67*67*67*67*67*67*67*67*67*67

- BATMAN*

Multiply 67 by 67 10 times and you will get your answer. :)

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- anonymous

@ash_heather1 Thanks!!!

- jabez177

^ Or just go to google and put: 67^10 it will give you the right answer. :)

- anonymous

THAT'S A REALLY BIG NUMBER XDDDDD

- anonymous

or dont cheat and google it

- anonymous

1.8228378e+18

- anonymous

How much good is google going to be when you have to do a test?

- anonymous

@goldenretriever1234 welcome ;)

- anonymous

@ash_heather1 Using good old paper and pencil :P

- anonymous

it actually just might do the trick @ash_heather1

- anonymous

To find the scientific notation of a number, that is, to power of 10, write the number in case between 1 to 9.9999.... *10^x, where x is the number of places ahead or before the number put to its real state.
For that number, it shall be 6.7*10^1

- anonymous

@goldenretriever1234 good :)

- jabez177

Sorry. Don't follow what I say then. Do not google this.

- anonymous

(60+7)^10 now expand the shiz using binomial

- ParthKohli

how is that any easier :(

- anonymous

this ques can't be any easy :/

- anonymous

@melons what the heck is binomial XDDDD

- ParthKohli

18228373838103832359

- ParthKohli

now if I tell you that is 67^10 there is no way you could confirm that unless you have a calculator

- anonymous

@melons its really not that hard just multiplication

- anonymous

hold on let me do the math

- anonymous

u can understand binomial here-https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/polynomial-functions/binomial-theorem/v/binomial-theorem
ok :) u mulitply

- ParthKohli

which means there really is no use to finding the answer

- anonymous

yeah the question is useless.

- anonymous

It was on my test.

- ParthKohli

just report the answer in base 67
1000000000

- anonymous

is this any of the options-> \(67^{10}\) -.-

- anonymous

No, I have to write out my answer.

- anonymous

@melons

- anonymous

have you done or seen any similar ques before?

- anonymous

@melons I have had stuff like 4 to the power of 10 before.

- anonymous

okay \[67^{7}\] is 406,067,677,556,641

- anonymous

and then you did the multiplication on a piece of paper and this was your answer
right?

- anonymous

AND WE HAVE MORE NUMBERS

- anonymous

@melons lol yea it really wasnt that hard

- anonymous

i was asking @goldenretriever1234

- anonymous

@melons oh >.<

- anonymous

@melons I multiplied 67 by 60 ten times and got 670 :/

- anonymous

I mean 67 by 67, not 67 by 60

- anonymous

no thats wrong

- anonymous

I figured it couldn't be that easy

- anonymous

how did you answer this ques- 4 to the power 10 ?

- anonymous

you are in which grade?

- anonymous

I'm in 8th

- anonymous

k den dewd go on multiplying if ur teacher wants a full subjective solution

- anonymous

What kinda school do you go to that gives you \[67^{10}\] in 8th grade XD

- anonymous

@ash_heather1 K12

- anonymous

is the question alright? did u note it correctly

- anonymous

They let me flag the question. Should I do that and go on to the next one?

- anonymous

@goldenretriever1234 REALLY SAME!!!!! but im in 7th grade and im no longer looking forward to 8th grade math

- anonymous

@ash_heather1 It usually isn't like this..I went from simple stuff like graphing to 67 to the power of 10 :/

- anonymous

That totally sux :/

- anonymous

@ash_heather1 Thanks for the help you provided. Hopefully I pass this test! I need to score an 80% or higher to pass.

- anonymous

@goldenretriever1234 welcome!

- jabez177

Originally posted by @KendrickLamar2014:
Sorry, we cant help you with Test questions. This is against the OS rules, and you will be warned/banned if you post test questions.
Please be aware of that @GoldenRetriever1234. :) Welcome to OpenStudy! :)

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