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# One of my own problems Which is greater? 54^200 or

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One of my own problems
Which is greater? 54^200 or 15^300?
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09 Nov 2004, 06:29
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15^300 is greater...

We have to compare (54^2)^100 and (15^3)^100 id est 2916^100 and 3375^100
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09 Nov 2004, 11:44
I was thinking of a faster way by having a common base, but couldn't find it!
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09 Nov 2004, 21:02
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15^300 is greater...

We have to compare (54^2)^100 and (15^3)^100 id est 2916^100 and 3375^100

I never knew something like this.!
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10 Nov 2004, 11:55
basic principles of indices....a^(b*c)=(a^b)^c......
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