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Write $2^8 \cdot 16^3 \cdot 64$ as a power of $4$.

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1 of 5The goal of this exercise is to rewrite the expression as the power of $4$.

To solve this problem we will apply rule **Multiplying powers with the same base** which states:

$\boxed{a^x\cdot a^y\cdot a^z=a^{x+y+z}}$

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