2^{3} = 83^{2} = 92^{4} = 164^{2} = 164^{3} = 64 
10^{3} = 100010^{2} = 10010^{1} = 1010^{0} = 110^{1} = 0.1 
Can you spot the mitsake?
Topics: Starter  Indices  Logarithms
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Here is the URL which will take them to the Indices Pairs game.
The digits of the number are the same as the digits of the power of ten in these cases:
1.3712885742 = 10^{0.13712885742}
237.5812087593 = 10^{2.375812087593}
3550.2601815865 = 10^{3.5502601815865}
Can you find any other interesting facts about indices?
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