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  1. anonymous
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    ok hold on

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  3. welshfella
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    you can work out prime factors of 128 - keep dividing by 2

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    I know the answer, but if u multiply it u can get it too

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    oh sorry I miscalculated silly me 128 = 2^7 4th root = 2^(7/4) 4 times 4th root = 4 * 2^(7/4) use ur calc

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    @welshfella i just explained that, lol

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    jc, omg use google calulator omgg

  12. welshfella
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    oh sorry - I got distracted here at home!

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