algebra
posted by Dana .
I don't know proceedure to figure, I have answer: 50
I cannot figue out steps to get correct answer. I keep getting 0.
52  (5)2
P.S. both twos are small and raised. Cannot get it exact on this message board

figure out exponents first.
then subtract the 2 values.
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