# How do you write an expression for eight times a number used as a factor four times?

This is a unique method of inquiring about variables.

Multiplying two numbers together yields a factor.

To be "used as a factor" is to multiply.

A number that appears eight times and is factored four times is:

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The expression for eight times a number used as a factor four times can be written as:

8 * (x^4)

Where "x" represents the number.

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