If you can figure out what (512.0, 5)^{2} and (6.0, 5)^{8} mean then yes you can work it out. I suspect that (x, y)^{n} means x^{n}+ y^{n}.
thanks.
I'm not at all mathematically inclined.
That's why I posted this to the forum
because my friends aren't either & assumed
this was a joke because it was attached to
a silly web graphic.
Do you know the correct answer to this?
I'd like to rub it in their face. Ha ha
Thanks for replying even thus far
The 10 th power blows up the the whole answer...it becomes immensely large...
But still, assuming the commas to be typos and a little help from a casio scientific calculator gives an approximate answer of(Also assuming I read the whole question correctly):
Which is HUGE!!!
In other parts of the world, commas are often used as decimal points. Every time you see a 0,5 think of it as 0.5.
If there's a joke to it (other than being a lot of computation), I don't see it. The expression simplifies down to 87051515887.