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Among the integers is a set referred to as “perfect powers.” These are integers that are themselves the nontrivial integral powers of one or more other integers. For example, 4 is a perfect power: it is equal to 2 x 2, which is 2 squared (2^2). Similarly, 8 is a perfect power: it is equal […]
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