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Topic: Discrete Math Question
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grei

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Registered: 11/27/12
Re: Discrete Math Question
Posted: Nov 27, 2012 10:15 AM
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Yes, it is pretty straight forward. You should know that (a^x)(a^y)= a^(x+y).

So 10^1 x 10^4 x 10^9 x 10^16 x 10^25 x 10^36 x  10^49.....x 10^2500= 10^(1+ 4+ 9+ 16+ ...+ 2500).

Now, do you know a formula for the sum of squares? If not you can just add the 25 numbers yourself!


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