Which of the following is equivalent to 4*4* 4*4?
\( 4^4 \)
\( \sqrt{4} \times 4\)
4 ÷ 4
Detailed Explanation
An exponent is a method of indicating repeated multiplication. For example, 4*4* 4*4 can also be expressed as \(4^4\), which is also known as “4 to the fourth power.” The small number written slightly above and to the right of a number is the exponent, and it indicates the number of times you multiply the number it accompanies by itself.
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