Problem 29 is actually a very easy problem to solve, but I will not provide the direct code, however, instead will provide the answer to the problem along with some insight into how to solve the problem using Java or a similar programming language.

The solution for the problem is 9183.

There are three key constructs which you will need to include in your code, and these are:

- Nested For-loop
- Power function
- A collection to hold the sequence of numbers generated from the power function.

If you use the above programming constructs within your problem, then you’ll the solution to the problem almost instantly. A important point to remember is to consider the size of the numbers which will be generated, and which data types will be able to hold such large numbers (integers won’t work!).

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