Related Exponents and Coefficients

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If you’ve come this far, you have probably noticed that a few exponent/coefficient pairs share the same answer. For example, both 28 and 44 equal 256. Get an advantage over math challenges by committing these few relationships to memory.

These flash cards are arranged in pairs with the answer on the front and the expression on the back.

  • 256 ; 28 = 256
  • 256 ; (24)2 = 256
  • 256 ; 44 = 256
  • 256 ; 162 = 256
  • 512 ; 29 = 512
  • 512 ; 83 = 512
  • 729 ; 36 = 729
  • 729 ; (32)3 = 729
  • 729 ; 93 = 729
  • 729 ; 272 = 729
  • 1,024 ; 210 = 1,024
  • 1,024 ; 45 = 1,024
  • 4,096 ; 212 = 4,096
  • 4,096 ; (24)3 = 4,096
  • 4,096 ; 46 = 4,096
  • 4,096 ; (43)2 = 4,096
  • 4,096 ; 84 = 4,096
  • 4,096 ; 642 = 4,096
  • 6,561 ; 38 = 6,561
  • 6,561 ; (34)2 = 6,561
  • 6,561 ; 94 = 6,561
  • 6,561 ; (92)2 = 6,561
  • 15,625 ; 56 = 15,625
  • 15,625 ; (53)2 = 15,625
  • 15,625 ; 253 = 15,625
  • 15,625 ; 1252 = 15,625