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1-56.

To avoid dealing with large numbers, find the square root of 100 first.

$\text{Afterall, } 100^{ \frac{1}{2} }\text{ is equivalent to }\sqrt{100}.$

Step 1: What is the cube-root of 27?

Step 2: Raise the cube-root of 27 to the 4th-power.

What is the fourth-root of 16?

$\text{Reduce \frac{4}{2}\ before evaluating.}$