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  1. anonymous
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    ok heres the question

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    There are (5^3)^2 ⋅ 5^0 hens in a bird enclosure. What is the total number of hens in the enclosure? 0 5^5 5^6 5^30

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    @iGreen @AaronAndyson please help

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    @ganeshie8

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    first off \(b^0=1\) so \(5^0=1\)

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    that leaves you with \[(5^3)^2\] to compute when you raise to a power, multiply the exponents

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    what does this have to do with hens?

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    lol

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    huh

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