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## What is the index form for 4x4x4x4?

the index is 5. hope it will help you.

## What is index notation example?

Index notation is a method of representing numbers and letters that have been multiplied by themself multiple times. is read as ”2 to the power of 3” or “2 cubed” and means 2 × 2 × 2. is read as ”3 to the power of 2” or “3 squared” and means 3 × 3.

**What is the index form of 125?**

So, we can write 8 as 23. and 125 can be written as 53.

### What is an index notation?

Index notation is a way of representing numbers (constants) and variables (e.g. x and y ) that have been multiplied by themselves a number of times. We use index notations, or the plural ‘indices’, to simplify expressions or solve equations involving powers.

### How do you write index indices?

The plural of index is indices.

- Indices show how many times a number or letter has been multiplied by itself.
- Here is a number written in index form:
- 2 is the base number and 4 is the index or power.

**What is 2x2x2 index notation?**

2×2×2 can be written as 2^3…

#### What is the index form of 625?

Answer:

Index form | Read as | Value |
---|---|---|

(1) 54 | 5 to the power 4 | 625 |

(2) 152 | the square of 15 | 225 |

(3) 17 | 1 to the power 7 | 1 |

(4) 25 | 2 to the power 5 | 32 |

#### What is index notation in Matrix?

The entry of a matrix A is written using two indices, say i and j, with or without commas to separate the indices: aij or ai,j, where the first subscript is the row number and the second is the column number. Juxtaposition is also used as notation for multiplication; this may be a source of confusion.

**What does give your answer in index form mean?**

The plural of index is indices. Indices show how many times a number or letter has been multiplied by itself. Here is a number written in index form: 2 is the base number and 4 is the index or power.

## Why do we use index notation?

Index notation is a way of representing numbers (constants) and variables (e.g. x and y ) that have been multiplied by themselves a number of times. We use index notations, or the plural ‘indices’, to simplify expressions or solve equations involving powers. E.g. 6 is being multiplied by itself 4 times.