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A sixth power in many ways (Posted on 2018-02-22) Difficulty: 3 of 5
How many different possible expressions are there for m^n if:

(i) both m and n are positive integers,not necessary distinct,
(ii) both numbers are below 10000 and
(iii) m^n can be written as k^6, k an integer?

Explain your result.

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