GMAT Question of the Day - Problem Solving - Exponents

GMAT Question of the Day Problem Solving Exponents Question Diagram

A. 10^12,000,000

B. 10^6,000,000

C. 10^3,000,000

D. 10^600,000

E. 10^300,000

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GMAT Question of the Day Solution

This question of the day presents an exponents work-out. First rule of GMAT: Know your fundamentals! Do you really know your exponent rules? The GMAT will push you to the limits. Here's a little trick: If you get confused on a question with gigantic numbers, use smaller numbers to figure out the rules. In this case notice that we are raising to a power. That means that all of the exponents need to be multiplied. So 3*1000*1000*2 = 6,000,000. So the answer is 10^6,000,000.

GMAT Question of the Day Problem Solving Exponents Solution Diagram

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