math 4th grade

what is 8 to the 5 power?
i know its hard. but you don't have to answer it.
thanks a lot!

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85 means 8*8*8*8*8 = >>?
I assume you can do this on a calculator. Did you know the there is a web site that can do this for you. Go to www.google.com (if you have permission to use it--from your parents) and type in 8^5= and the anwer will pop up. OR you can type in 8*8*8*8*8 =
Good luck with your home work.

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