2^{7}times sqrtfrac{1}{4}

he298c 2021-02-09 Answered
27×14
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Lacey-May Snyder
Answered 2021-02-10 Author has 88 answers

1=1(1x1=1)
4=2(2x2=4).
14=14=12
thus
27x14=27x12=272=
2721=(2)71=26=64. --------- rule -- XmXn=Xmn.
answer ---------- 64.

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