# Power to the Base

- Author:
- Judah L Schwartz

Numbers can be written in decomposed form.
This applet allows you to explore this decomposition
into sums of multiples of powers of various bases.
Is the decomposition of a given number unique?
If yes, how do you know? If no, how many different
decompositions can you find for a given number?

## New Resources

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- A more elegant form of representing Euler's equation
- Number of Solutions of Simultaneous Linear Equations (II) in Two Unknowns
- Generating two different uniformly distributed points on a sphere using one uniform distribution: Biscribed Truncated Icosahedron V=60.
- Ratio of volume of octahedron to sphere