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Program to print the values of those bases and exponents whose exponentiation gives the same power value. Also print the corresponding power value.
(Range:
Initial value:- Base >= 2, Exponent >= 1
Terminal value: User Input )

Sample Input:
Enter the values of the base and exponent for range:
5
5

Sample Output:
Base = 2, Exponent = 2;
Base = 4, Exponent = 1;
Power value = 4

Base = 2, Exponent = 4;
Base = 4, Exponent = 2;
Power value = 16

What I have tried:

Took two variables each for base and exponent in python and tried it but the result was something else very simple and different from what is required.
Tried using Matrix in C too but result was different and I was stuck in between.
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Updated 22-Jan-23 0:21am
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Richard MacCutchan 22-Jan-23 11:49am    
That is really a mathematics question. And once you have solved that, writing the code should be much easier.

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CPallini 22-Jan-23 7:38am    
5.

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