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# (3^{2})^{3} + (2/3)^{0} + 3^{5} × (1/3)^{4}

Hint:

### In Mathematics, lets say, "a" represents a number and "n" is the number of times that number is to be multiplied with itself, in order to get a desired result. Then, such result can be written as an, where a is called the base and n is its power/ exponent.

an = a × a × ... × a n times.

## The correct answer is: Simplifying the given expression, we get the answer- 40.

### Step-by-step solution:-

(3^{2})^{3} + (2/3)^{0} + 3^{5} × (1/3)^{4}

= 36 + 1 + (243 × 1/81) …............................................... [(b^{n})^{m} = b^{nm} & b^{0} = 1]

= 37 + 3

= 40

Final Answer:-

∴ Simplifying the given expression, we get the answer- 40.

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