Get an answer in 5 minutes

We'll notify as soon as your question has been answered.

Plus iconAsk a question to our educators
MATHS
Asked by Harpreet

Expressed as a product of its prime factors in index form, a number N is (N = 3 x 5^2 x x^3) Express 5N^2 as a product of its prime factors in index form. Give your answer in terms of ?

Replace N in 5N^2 with N=3x5^2x x^3) = 5(3 x 5^2 x x^3)^2 Using Law of indices multiply the powers in the bracket = 5 x 3^2 x 5^4 x x^6 (after removing bracket) = 3^2 x 5^5 x x^6

Faith's profile picture
Verified
Faith Lee
·

5.6k students helped

Similar Maths questions

Get an answer in 5 minutes

We'll notify as soon as your question has been answered.

Plus iconAsk a question to our educators

Badge showing the text 'New'Learn Maths with Video Lessons

GCSE Maths - Numbers
1hr 28m · 8 videos
Paja's profile picture
Paja Kruzikova
·

442 students helped

GCSE Maths - Numbers
Quadratic Inequalities
28m · 3 videos
Iqbal's profile picture
Iqbal Lokman
·

1.3k students helped

Quadratic Inequalities
GCSE Maths - Ratios
1hr 32m · 9 videos
Paja's profile picture
Paja Kruzikova
·

442 students helped

GCSE Maths - Ratios
GCSE Maths - Algebra A
56m · 6 videos
Paja's profile picture
Paja Kruzikova
·

442 students helped

GCSE Maths - Algebra A

Premium video lessons available now on Scoodle

50% discount available

Scoodle's video lessons make learning easy and fun. Try it for yourself, the first lesson is free!