Hello,
In the above question, the number given is 32^32^32 which is 32^(32^32) and not (32^32)^32 which is 32^(32x32). These two numbers are different, right?
However, the question is solved here considering the latter number. Wouldn’t we get a different answer considering it is 32^32^32? If yes, how would we go about solving it?

I had this thought based on this video from PrepSwift: (https://www.prepswift.com/gre-quant) - I’m sorry, I am unable to copy a link for the exact video, but it is a free one titled ‘Two Nasty Exponent Mistakes’. From 1:50 onwards, Greg talks about the difference between the two as I stated above. Since there are no parantheses, would we not assume it is 32^(32^32)?