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The simplified form of isMarks:1
1 raised to the power any whole number isMarks:1
Explanation:Let ‘a’ be any whole number, then
1a = 1, for example, if ‘a’ = 4, then 14 = 1
The value of (-6)4 x 3 – 8 - 4 isMarks:1
Explanation:(-6)4 x 3 – 8 - 4 = (-6)12 - 12
a2b3 is same asMarks:1
Explanation:The terms a2b3 and b3a2 are same, since the powers of a and b in these two terms are same.
i.e., a2b3 = a X a X b X b X b and b3a2 = b X b X b X a X a are same.
(The order of factors does not matter.)
Power notation of isMarks:1