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2^4 • 2 = 2^4 • 2^1 = 2^(4+1) = 2^5
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the answer is B, my friend.
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2^4 x 2

= (2x2x2x2) x 2

= 2x2x2x2x2

= 2^5
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No, 4^4 is 4\*4\*4\*4
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This was literally posted yesterday.
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it’s B. Think of it like this. 2^4 is 2*2*2*2. If you just add one more *2 it’s the same as increasing the power by one. 2^5=(2^4)*2
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B. Add the exponents
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2^4 would be 4^2•2•2•2•2 is basically just 4•4. 4^4 would be 4•4•4•4 which is different. If you multiply 2•2•2•2 by another 2 there would be five 2s and it would be 2^5
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4 to the 4th power is 4*4*4*4 which is 256.
2 to the 4th power is 2*2*2*2 which is 16, times 2 it's 32.
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