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10 to the second power is 100, 10 to the third power is 1000.

Posted on Apr 15, 2014

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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28 grams to the ounce. 1000 milligrams to the gram.

so

10 * 28 * 1000 =280,000 milligrams

so

10 * 28 * 1000 =280,000 milligrams

Apr 06, 2018 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Please see below courtesy of engineeringtoolbox.com

Electrical power is in general rated in watt (W) or horsepower (HP). A horsepower is a unit of power equal to*746 watts* or *33000 lb ft per minute* (or *550 lb ft per second*).

A watt is equal to the power produced by a current of*1 amp* across the potential difference of *1 volt*. A watt is *1/746* of *1 horsepower*.

Even if the watt is the base unit of electrical power, it is common to rate motor power in either horsepower or kilowatts.

### Power in Watts

Direct Current
Electric power supply to a direct current (DC) motor:

*PkW = ?m U I** / 1000 (1)*

*where*

*PkW =** power (kW)*

*?m** = motor efficiency*

*U** = voltage (V)*

*I** = current (A, amps)*

Electric power supply to a alternating current (AC) motor:

Single Phase*PkW* = ?m U I* PF / 1000 (1b)*

*where *

*PF = Power Factor*

Two Phase Four Wire*PkW* = ?m 2 U I* PF / 1000 (1c)*

Three Phase*PkW* = ?m 1.73 U I* PF / 1000 (1d)*

### Power in Horsepower

Horse power can be expressed as:

Electrical power is in general rated in watt (W) or horsepower (HP). A horsepower is a unit of power equal to

A watt is equal to the power produced by a current of

Even if the watt is the base unit of electrical power, it is common to rate motor power in either horsepower or kilowatts.

Electric power supply to a alternating current (AC) motor:

Single Phase

Two Phase Four Wire

Three Phase

Php =PkW/ 0.746(2)

or

Php = (?m U I / 1000) / 0.746

=?m U I / 746(2b)

where

Php =horsepower (hp)

Feb 03, 2016 | Boating

A Milligram is MG and a Milliliter is a ML. (MG) is used in dry measure and (ML) is used in liquid measure

**1000 micrograms** (mcg) EQUALS **1 milligram** (mg)

**1000 milligrams** (mg) EQUALS **1 gram** (g)

**1000 grams** (g) EQUALS **1 kilogram** (kg)

**1 kilogram** (kg) EQUALS **2.2046 pounds**

**1 ounce** EQUALS **28.35 grams**

**1 pound** EQUALS **0.4536 kilograms**

**1 pound** EQUALS **16 ounces**

**16 ounces** EQUALS **453.6 grams**

**1000 milliliters** (mL) EQUALS **1 liter** (L)

**1 liter** (L) EQUALS **1.0567 quarts** liquid

**1 quart** liquid EQUALS **0.9463 liter**

**4 quarts** EQUALS **1 gallon**

Jun 28, 2014 | Health & Beauty

1=10^0

10=10^1

100 (2 zeroes after the 1)=1x10^2

1000 (3 zeroes after the 1)=1x 0^3

1000 000 (one million) =1x10^6

1 billion =1 000 000 000 =1x10^9

100 billions =100x 1000 000 000=(1x10^2)x(1x10^9)=

1x(10^2)x(10^9)

Now use the power multiplication rule**(a^n)x[a^m)=a^(m+n)**. Thus

1x(10^2)x(10^9)=1x10^(2+9)=1x10^(11)

**100 billions =1x10^11=10^11**.

10=10^1

100 (2 zeroes after the 1)=1x10^2

1000 (3 zeroes after the 1)=1x 0^3

1000 000 (one million) =1x10^6

1 billion =1 000 000 000 =1x10^9

100 billions =100x 1000 000 000=(1x10^2)x(1x10^9)=

1x(10^2)x(10^9)

Now use the power multiplication rule

1x(10^2)x(10^9)=1x10^(2+9)=1x10^(11)

Sep 10, 2013 | Computers & Internet

As per Wikipedia, "As the function *f*(*x*) = *b**x* is the inverse function of log*b*(*x*), it has been called the antilogarithm." For example using base 10, log of 1000 is equal to 3, and the antilog of 3 is 1000.

In your calculator try to use SHIFT LOG (10^x). Please remember this is for base 10.

In your calculator try to use SHIFT LOG (10^x). Please remember this is for base 10.

Jul 09, 2011 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

1 dam = 10 m =10 (1 km/ 1000 m) =1/100 km or 1dam =10^(-2) km.

In short**1dam = 10^(-2) km.**

Now square the last equality. :

**(1 dam)^2**= (10^(-2))^2 km^2= 10^(-4) km^2 **=0.0001 km^2.**

Multiply by 610. You get

**610 dam^2= 0.0610 km^2**

In short

Now square the last equality. :

Multiply by 610. You get

Jun 24, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You have got to try to remember (or learn) the prefixes used in physical units. Milli means 1/1000 or 10^-3. Kilo means 1000, or 10^3. To convert from mm to meters you have to divide by 1000 because a mm is a 1000 time smaller than a millimeter and 1 mm is 0.001 m or 10^-3 m.

To go from 1 m to 1 kilometer you have to divide again by 1000. So 1 m=10^-3 km=1 km/1000

I leave it to you to figure out how to go from mm to km. It is not difficult and you have got to learn a bit by doing your homework.

Use these two equalities

1 mm = 0.001 m

1 m = 0.001 km

So 15.9 mm =

To go from 1 m to 1 kilometer you have to divide again by 1000. So 1 m=10^-3 km=1 km/1000

I leave it to you to figure out how to go from mm to km. It is not difficult and you have got to learn a bit by doing your homework.

Use these two equalities

1 mm = 0.001 m

1 m = 0.001 km

So 15.9 mm =

May 28, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Each USB port passes a limited amount of wattage.

The "formatting" is a "high-wattage" operation.

Try connecting to a different desktop computer, hopefully with more wattage per USB port.

Note that 289 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 is equal to 320 * 1000 * 1000 * 1000

So, '289' (base-2) is equal to '320' (base-10).

The "formatting" is a "high-wattage" operation.

Try connecting to a different desktop computer, hopefully with more wattage per USB port.

Note that 289 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 is equal to 320 * 1000 * 1000 * 1000

So, '289' (base-2) is equal to '320' (base-10).

Dec 31, 2010 | Verbatim VER95327 USB Hard Drive

It depends on how you "count" -- 40 times 1000 times 1000 times 1000 is approximately equal to 38.202 times 1024 times 1024 times 1024.

Note that 2**10 is 1024, while 10**3 is 1000.

So, (1024/1000)**3 is approximately equal to 40(.000/38.202).

QED.

Note that 2**10 is 1024, while 10**3 is 1000.

So, (1024/1000)**3 is approximately equal to 40(.000/38.202).

QED.

Dec 20, 2010 | Samsung (SP0411N) 40 GB Hard Drive

Hello,

To raise 10 to the 2nd power, if you do not have a dedicated key, you use the (^) or (X to the y) or (Y to the x) depending on calculator.

The EE key is a shortcut. It has another meaning

** EE 0 = 10^0 =1**

EE 1 = 10^1 =10

EE 2 = 10^2 = 100

Thus if you enter 10 EE 2 this is equal to 10 x** EE 2**=10x 100= 1000.

This is the correct way.

Hope you will remember it : It is the source of much grief to the learners.

To raise 10 to the 2nd power, if you do not have a dedicated key, you use the (^) or (X to the y) or (Y to the x) depending on calculator.

The EE key is a shortcut. It has another meaning

EE 1 = 10^1 =10

EE 2 = 10^2 = 100

Thus if you enter 10 EE 2 this is equal to 10 x

This is the correct way.

Hope you will remember it : It is the source of much grief to the learners.

Oct 08, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30X-IISTK Scientific...

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