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kathy2
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secondary 4 chevron_right A Maths chevron_right Singapore

Thank you

Date Posted: 6 months ago
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Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
6 months ago
Seen. I am unable to do up the answers at the moment as I am about to head back. Will return at 1 am.
kathy2
Kathy2
6 months ago
Thanks
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
6 months ago
Will be ready in 15 mins tjme

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We need to recognise the numbers as powers of 2, 3, 5, 7 etc before using the rules of indices and the comparing of powers to obtain the two required equations.