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I'm sure someone will have no problem helping me with this. How do I figure out large powered numerical values without using a calculator. Kept getting questions involving 2^2007 and others. How would I be able to figure out these values without using a calculator or a lot of time on my hands? I haven't studied yet how to figure this out. Hope that makes sense, and thank you for your time to helping me with this :).

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# Question about large powers and small numerical values without using a calculator

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