Raised Power

Problem of the Week - August 19, 2019


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As you begin this problem, determine the first integer greater than one that is simultaneously a perfect square, perfect cube, perfect fourth power, perfect fifth power, perfect sixth power, perfect seventh power, perfect eighth power, and perfect ninth power.  This value can be represented by two raised to the power (exponent) of what value?  Your submitted answer should be the power (exponent) of two.

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