# math

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3 to the 5th power / 3 to the 2nd power= ??

22
24
23
26
27
2100
213

(3^5) / (3^2) = 27

3 to the 5th power is 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3.
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3 to the 2nd power is 3 x 3.

Cancel two of the 3s on the top and the bottom. What do you have left?

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