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There are (713)3 ⋅ 70 strawberries in a field. What is the total number of strawberries in the field?

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    Okay so first things first, 7^0=1 so just ignore that. After that, you will need to multiply the two exponents together to get the final answer. In other words, you were right - the answer is 7^39

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