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5(2)the exponent is 2 • (4 + 2(3)the exponent is 3 )
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5(2)the exponent is 2 • (4 + 2(3)the exponent is 3 ) 100 5400 300 108
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You need do PEMDAS Parentheses Exponents Multiplications Divisions Additions Subtraction
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\[5^{2}•(4+2^{3})\]is that what you talking about? just want make sure i was right
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So first there is Parentheses \[(4+2^{3})\]now solve it
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and second you need Exponents\[2^{3}\]
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\[2^{3}\]is what
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2 • 2 • 2 = is same as \[2^{3}\] 2 • 2 • 2 = what
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@meilendurcer are you there?
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@ZhangYan yes
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