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Terms in this set (28)
2^2
4
2^3
8
3^2
9
3^3
27
4^2
16
4^3
64
5^2
25
5^3
125
6^2
36
6^3
216
7^2
49
7^3
343
8^2
64
8^3
512
9^2
81
9^3
729
2^4
16
2^5
32
3^4
81
3^5
243
4^4
256
4^5
1024
5^4
625
2^6
64
2^7
128
2^8
256
2^9
512
2^10
1024
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