Q: Is 16384 a prime number

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Yes. It's the square of 128.

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Including the null combination, there are 2^14 = 16384 combinations.

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Yes. It's the square of 128.

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You will need 14 two's multiplied together to equal 16384. the answer to this can be found by log2(16384) = 14. Since most calculators don't have log base 2, you can do this: log(16384)/log(2) = 14. You can use the 'base 10' log or natural log [ln(16384)/ln(2) = 14]

Including the null combination, there are 2^14 = 16384 combinations.

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16384.