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If the sum of the first 10^10^100 odd numbers is of the form a^b^a for positive integers a and b then find a+b = ?

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If the sum of the first 10^10^100 odd numbers is of the form a^b^a for positive integers a and b then find a+b = ?
posted Mar 20 by anonymous

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Sum of first 10^10^100 odd numbers = 10^20^100
10^20^100 = 10^10240000000000^10 ==> a^b^a
Where a = 10 & b = 10240000000000
Therefore a + b = 10240000000010.

answer Mar 20 by Tejas Naik



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