Comparing powers

How many times is number 56 larger than number 46?

Result

x =  3.81

Solution:

x=5646=(54)6=3.81x = \dfrac{ 5^6 }{ 4^6 } = \left( \dfrac{ 5 }{ 4 } \right) ^6 = 3.81



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