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How to find last two or three digits of a large exponent like 17^256? 2017-03-30
From Raginee:
How to find last two or three digits of a large exponent like 17^256?
Answered by Penny Nom.
0.999 ^ (500) 2010-03-07
From debra:
I just need to know how to solve the following problem without using a calculator: .999 ^ (500). I know the answer is .606, I just want to do it by hand since I can't use a calculator on my test.
Answered by Penny Nom and Claude Tardif.
Comparing 2^3^4^5 ; 2^5^4^3 ; 5^4^3^2 etc. 2009-03-01
From JIM:
WHICH WOULD BE LARGEST USING THE NUMBERS 2,3,4,5 : 2^3^4^5 ; 2^5^4^3 ; 5^4^3^2 : ETC. OF ALL THE POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS ? IS THERE A GENERAL FORMULA ? I AM UNABLE TO FIND A COMPUTER THAT CAN HANDLE SUCH LARGE CALCULATIONS . I ALSO DO NOT THINK IT IS AS STRAIGHT- FORWARD AS FIRST APPEARS . THANK-YOU , JIM
Answered by Stephen La Rocque, Robert Dawson and Harley Weston.
Large exponents 2007-02-09
From Nick:
I am trying to figure out an extremely large number. It relates to the estimated number of bacterial divisions in 12775 generations of bacteria.
The problem I need to solve is:
2^12775 or 2 to the power of 12,775.

Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
(2^ 20,966,011) - 1 2003-12-12
From Reid:
Can someone please explain, answer and/or solve this: (2^ 20,966,011) - 1

I don't know what it means, my boss sent it out, I'm assuming it is to be solved but don't know what it is, any prompt help would be appreciated, very much so, in fact, thanks,...........


Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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