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    Finding the base of an exponent

    Question solved guys..... I hate my Calculator
    Last edited by pants; January 21st 2010 at 06:40 PM.
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    Trial and error is one way

    1^6= 1
    2^6= 64
    3^6 = \dots
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    Quote Originally Posted by pants View Post
    Hi guys, just a quick question.

    How can you find the base of an exponent using the exponent and it's product

    Example: 729 = ?^6

    Thanks in advance for the responses
    here's a hint ...

    729 = 9^3
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    sorry I'm not catching onto your hint. Ps, the base is actually a percent, it's for a probability question.
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