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anonymous
 one year ago
How could you write 8^27 as a product of powers
1.Multiply two powers, both with a base of 8. The sum of the exponents should be 27.
2.A power with a base of 64 and 729 as the exponent.
3. Multiply two powers, both with exponents of 27. The product of the bases should be 8.
3. Multiply two powers, both with a base of 8. The product of the exponents should be 27.
anonymous
 one year ago
How could you write 8^27 as a product of powers 1.Multiply two powers, both with a base of 8. The sum of the exponents should be 27. 2.A power with a base of 64 and 729 as the exponent. 3. Multiply two powers, both with exponents of 27. The product of the bases should be 8. 3. Multiply two powers, both with a base of 8. The product of the exponents should be 27.

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kropot72
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Do you know the rule about multiplying numbers with the same base and with exponents: \[\large a^{b}\times a^{c}=a^{(b+c)}\]

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 one year ago
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