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I give MEADLS! 70 - 4 × (7 - 5) to the power of 4 18 82 0 6

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U have to use BODMAS...[ Bracket; Of; division; multiplication; addition; subtraction] This is the order in which u have to do it..
yeah
the to the power four what is it for?

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is i t for (7-5) ?
it goes to the top hold on
|dw:1365775567988:dw|
\[(7-5) ^{4} ?\]
yeah yeah
wat yeah yeah? is it inside the bracket or outsidE?
outside
ok so ..7-5=2 2^4=16 ok?
(7-5)^4=16 4*16=64 70-64=6
then 4 X 16=64 70-64=6 understood?
yeah thank you should you get the MEADL or him @Nikhil619
give him
IDK..it depend on you...and i dont really care..
ok @Nikhil619 it is

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