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Exponent Form: 1/4^3
Factor Form: 1/4 * 1/4 * 1/4?
Standard Form: The answer?

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    1/64 ??

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    I meant is Standard Form the answer to the problem or does standard form mean something else

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    Never mind, I got it now. Thanks!

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