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Hmm so this will be very similar to the last few you were working on. Except now we want to try and pull out Perfect Quads since it's a 4th root. What would those look like... Hmm let's list a few, so we can get an idea of what factors we're looking for.\[\huge 2^4=16, \qquad 3^4=81, \qquad 4^4=256\] Our numbers are all smaller than the 4th power of 4. So we don't need to any larger than that.
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So we want to find 16's and 81's under our roots.
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