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Re: If n=10^{100} and n^{n}=10^{k}, what is the value of k?
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19 Apr 2015, 11:16

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Hi Petu

There is a simple logic to this question. (a^m)^n = a^mn So, (10^100)^(10^100) = 10^(100*(10^100)) = 10^((10^2)*(10^100)) = 10^(10^102) and this equals 10^k So, k = 10^102 Hope this is clear

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