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Grade 5 • 3mo.

>:C What is the thecnique to calculate 10^10, 10^100 pls help me ( If anyone is here that is ;-; )

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    Team Alloprof • 3mo.

    Hi !

    It is relatively simple to do so. First, you sount the number of zeros of each number. This value is the nomber of zeros on your final answer. And then, you put your number 1 in front of the zeros.

    In the cas of \(10\times10\), you can count two zeros. This means that the answer will have two zeros and a 1 in front of them :

    $$ 10\times10=100 $$

    You can try it for yourself and if you have any other questions, feel free to ask them ! Also, this link might useful :