Simplify the expression if possible 4^3· 4^5 and write your answer as a power (using exponents). so i got to 65,536 by multiplying 4^3 x 4^5 but past that point i'm not sure what i'm supposed to do.

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Simplify the expression if possible 4^3· 4^5 and write your answer as a power (using exponents). so i got to 65,536 by multiplying 4^3 x 4^5 but past that point i'm not sure what i'm supposed to do.

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@ganeshie8 Do you know how to do this?
\(\large \color{red}{4}^3*\color{red}{4}^5\)

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since the bases are same, you can simply add the exponents : \(\large \color{red}{4}^{3+5} \)
that equals \(\large \color{red}{4}^8\)
leave it like that since they want the answer as a power
Ohh okay thank you so helpful!
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