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posted by Marissa .
What is the standard notation for 3 to the 3rd power

3³

i don't know how to make a small 3 on the computer but its 3 with a smaller 3 in the upper right corner
in expanded form its 3x3x3
it equals 27 
Wait I did thet wrong
Expanded form would be 20+7 
3^3 or 3 with a smaller 3 in the upper right hand corner basically 3 x 3 x 3

It's 3x3x3 is 27
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