# Q: What is 100 squared (100^{2})

A:

**10000**

Scientific Notation: 1 x 10^{4}

A:

**10000**

Scientific Notation: 1 x 10^{4}

When you're trying to find what a number is when squared, you take the number and multiple it by itself.

So, that means you take 100 x 100 = 10000

The same would apply if you are trying to find what a number is cubed.

The example for 100^{3} = 100 x 100 x 100 = 1,000,000

Power | Answer |
---|---|

100^{1} | 100 |

100^{2} | 10000 |

100^{3} | 1000000 |

100^{4} | 100000000 |

100^{5} | 10000000000 |

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