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## What are the values of 1?

the value of 1! is one only. This is because factorial is nothing but the multiplication of an integer and all the integers below it. For the integer 1..,there are no numbers below it . So the value will be one.

## What is the value of 1 I?

Values of i

Degree | Mathematical Calculation | Value |
---|---|---|

i0 | i1-1 | 1 |

i-1 | 1/i = i/i2 = i/-1 | -i |

i-2 | 1/i2 = 1/-1 | -1 |

i-3 | 1/ i3 = 1/-i | i |

**What is the power value of 1?**

Given that, e to the power of 1. According to the rule of exponent, any number raised to the power of one equals the number itself. So, e to the power of 1 can be written as (e)1.

**What is the value of 1n 1?**

Conversion factors

v t e | newton (SI unit) | kilogram-force, kilopond |
---|---|---|

1 N | ≡ 1 kg⋅m/s2 | ≈ 0.10197 kp |

1 dyn | = 10–5 N | ≈ 1.0197×10−6 kp |

1 kp | = 9.80665 N | ≡ gn × 1 kg |

1 lbf | ≈ 4.448222 N | ≈ 0.45359 kp |

### What is the conjugate of 1 i?

The conjugate of a complex number a + bi (with real coefficients a, b) is what you get when you “replace” i with -i, namely a – bi. For example, the conjugate of i is -i, the “other” square root of -1.

### What does 1N mean?

1 normal acid or base (1N)

acid/case | molecular weight | N vs M |
---|---|---|

HCl -> 1·H+ + Cl- | 36.5 g/mol | 1N = 1M = 36.5g/L |

H2SO4 -> 2·H+ + SO42- | 98 g/mol | 2N = 1M = 98g/L |

NaOH -> Na+ + 1·OH- | 40 g/mol | 1N = 1M = 40g/L |

**What is 1N in math?**

1 Answer. 1. 1. It is the natural logarithm. It is defined as lnx=logex.

**What is present value of 1 table?**

What is a Present Value of 1 Table? A present value of 1 table states the present value discount rates that are used for various combinations of interest rates and time periods. A discount rate selected from this table is then multiplied by a cash sum to be received at a future date, to arrive at its present value.

#### How do you find the place value of a number?

The place value of a digit in a number is the value it holds to be at the place in the number. We know about the place value and face value of a digit and we will learn about it in details. Place, Place Value and Face Value: A number is formed by grouping the digits together.

#### How do you find the value of a digit?

Answer Wiki. On the left to the decimal point, the value is the digit times 1 (in whole numbers the decimal point is invisible, it is at the right to the number). The value of the digit left to the first digit is 10 ( 1*10) and every time you go left you multiply the value by ten and multiply the digit by that.

**What is the place value in numbers?**

Place value refers to the value of each digit in a number. For example, the number 753 has three “places”—or columns—each with a specific value. In this three-digit number, the 3 is in the “ones” place, the 5 is in the “tens” place, and the 7 is in the “hundreds” place.