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4, 8, and 16 right?
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sthop456 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
be careful: (2)^2 is 4, but 2^2 is 4. pay attention to your order of operations: PEMDAS
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please exuse my dear aunt sally haha:)
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This is a tricky problem. In some programming languages, the Unary Minus has higher precedence than Exponentiation, so 4^2 = 16. If you are writing programs, you must be VERY SURE. The safest solution is to use parentheses to clarify meaning.
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