# MATH

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1))ten to the seventh power= 8^7 base 8 exponent 7. key Sequence: 8^7=2,097,152
2))ten to the six power= 10^6 base is 10 exponent 6 key sequence: 10^6=1,000,000
3))nine to the fourth power 9^4 base is 9 exponent is 4 key sequence:9^4=6,561

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