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## What would 10 to the power of 1 be?

Answer: 10 to the 1 power is 101 = 10. Let us find the value of 10 when raised to the power 1. Explanation: Whenever a number (x) is multiplied by itself n times, then the resultant answer is written as xn. a1 = a which means any number raised to power 1 results in the same number itself.

**What is 1 by the 10th power?**

one

Answer and Explanation: 1 to the tenth power is one. There is a mathematical law that states that 1 to any positive power is always 1. This is because taking a number to a power is the same as multiplying that number to itself a certain number of times.

**How do you write 10 to the 1st power?**

In decimal notation the nth power of ten is written as ‘1’ followed by n zeroes. It can also be written as 10n or as 1En in E notation.

### What is the meaning of 1e?

It is equivalent to 1000000.0 . Do not get fooled by the other answers: 1e6 does not mean the same thing as 1000000 in C, because 1e6 has type double while 1000000 will have some integer type.

**How do you write 1 as a power of 2?**

Answer: 1 to the power of 2 can be expressed as 12 = 1 × 1 = 1.

**What does x10 power mean?**

The exponent tells you how many times ten is to be multiplied by iteslf to equal the number you wish to write. For example, 100 can be written as 10×10 = 102. 10,000 = 10x10x10x10 = 104.

## What is the tenth power of 2?

Answer: The value of 2 raised to 10th power i.e., 210 is 1024.

**What is the value of 10 power?**

Thus, shown in long form, a power of 10 is the number 1 followed by n zeros, where n is the exponent and is greater than 0; for example, 106 is written 1,000,000. When n is less than 0, the power of 10 is the number 1 n places after the decimal point; for example, 10−2 is written 0.01.

**What is 10 to the power called?**

Powers of 10 | |
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101=10 | 101=1 |

108=100,000,000 (one hundred million) | 10-7=0.0000001 (one ten millionth) |

109=1,000,000,000 (one billion) | 10-8=0.00000001 (one hundred millionth) |

1010=10,000,000,000 (ten billion) | 10-9=0.000000001 (one billionth) |

### How much is 1e4?

Your number, 1e-4, means the 1 is four digits the other way, so 1e-4 = 0.0001.

**What does e 04 on a calculator mean?**

The e−4 part means that the decimal point in the number 4.3 should be moved four places to the left, which requires the insertion of some additional zeros.

**What is 10 with the power of 0?**

1

When n is equal to 0, the power of 10 is 1; that is, 100 = 1.

## When is the power factor 0 or 1?

When all the power is reactive power with no real power (usually inductive load) – the power factor is 0. When all the power is real power with no reactive power (resistive load) – the power factor is 1. The power factor is equal to the real or true power P in watts (W) divided by the apparent power |S| in volt-ampere (VA): PF – power factor.

**Which is the correct definition of the power factor PF?**

P – real power in watts (W). |S| – apparent power – the magnitude of the complex power in volt⋅amps (VA). For sinusuidal current, the power factor PF is equal to the absolute value of the cosine of the apparent power phase angle φ (which is also is impedance phase angle): PF is the power factor.

**How is the real power equal to the power factor?**

The real power P in watts (W) is equal to the apparent power |S| in volt-ampere (VA) times the power factor PF: When the circuit has a resistive impedance load, the real power P is equal to the apparent power |S| and the power factor PF is equal to 1:

### What do you need to calculate power factor?

To calculate power factor, you need a power quality analyzer or power analyzer that measures both working power (kW) and apparent power (kVA), and to calculate the ratio of kW/kVA. The power factor formula can be expressed in other ways: