If 1=5; 2=25; 3=125; 4=625 then what is 5 equal to ?
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It is given that 1 = 5, 2 = 25, 3 = 125 and 4 = 625.
1 = 5 = 5^1
2 = 25 = 5^2
3 = 125 = 5^3
and 4 = 625 = 5^4
The value on the right is equal to 5 raised to the power of the value on the left.
The corresponding value for 5 is `5^5 = 3125` .
The required result is 3125.
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