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1. how do i turn the 9 into a 3?? here is the question:

3^10 x 9^15 in the form of 3^n

also, very quick, would
4^3 x 4^5 = 16^8 or 4^8??
2. 9 = 3^2
therefore, 3^(15*2)
10 + 30 = 40

3 ^ 40

and 4^8
3. (Original post by cooldudeman)
how do i turn the 9 into a 3?? here is the question:

3^10 x 9^15 in the form of 3^n

also, very quick, would
4^3 x 4^5 = 16^8 or 4^8??

And in general,

-- So 4^3 x 4^5 = 4^8

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