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If d=2^64, and d^d=2^p, p=? (A) 2^68 (B) 2^70 (C) 2^96 (D) 2^128 (E) 2

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If d=2^64, and d^d=2^p, p=?

(A) 2^68
(B) 2^70
(C) 2^96
(D) 2^128
(E) 2^256
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