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A four-digit number (not beginning with 0) can be represented by ABCD. There is one number such that....................

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A four-digit number (not beginning with 0) can be represented by ABCD. There is one number such that ABCD=A^B*C^D, where A^B means A raised to the B power. Can you find it?

posted May 15, 2022 by Riteshwar

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