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We want to write the number $1$ on the form $g(a),$ for some number $a.$ Here we can use the rule $g(10_{m})=m$ to find the number $a.$ With $m=1$ we see that $a=10_{1}.$ Therefore we can write as follows. $1=g(10)$

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We can use the same reasoning as in Part A. Find the power of ten which has the exponent $6.$ It's the same as $10_{6},$ and so $6=g(10_{6}).$

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Now we have a negative number, however, it does not matter. A power of ten with the exponent $-3$ is $10_{-3}.$ That means $-3=g(10_{-3}).$