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# How to express x to the power of 3?

Power in exponents is defined as the total number of times we use the number in a multiplication. For example 2 to the power 3 means 2 is multiplied 3 times.

## Answer: x to the power of 3 can be expressed as x^{3} = (x) × (x) × (x)

Let us proceed step by step to express x to the power of 3.

**Explanation:**

The two important terms used frequently in exponents are base and powers.

To find x to the power of 3, we can write it in exponent form as x^{3},^{ }where x is base and 3 is power. Power should always be written on top of the base.

It means x is multiplied 3 times, that is, (x) × (x) × (x)

### Hence, x to the power of 3 can be expressed as x^{3} = (x) × (x) × (x).

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