# Power To A Power Rule: Question Preview (ID: 4351)

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(4^2)^3
a) 12^6
b) 4^6
c) 8^3
d) 6^4

(n^3)^6
a) n^18
b) n^9
c) n^3
d) 6n^18

(x^5)^2
a) x^7
b) x^3
c) 2x^10
d) x^10

(3x^5)^3
a) 9x^8
b) 9x^15
c) 27x^15
d) 27x^8

(7y)^2
a) 14y^2
b) 49y^2
c) 7y^2
d) 5y^2

(2x^3)^4
a) 6x^12
b) 16x^7
c) 6x^7
d) 16x^12

(3x^7)^2
a) 9x^14
b) 6x^9
c) 9x^9
d) 6x^14

(3^2)^5
a) 15^10
b) 3^7
c) 3^10
d) 15^7

(5y^5)^2
a) 25y^10
b) 10y^10
c) 25y^7
d) 10y^7

(y^5)^4
a) y^9
b) 4y^20
c) 4y^9
d) y^20

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