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(12-8)(7-4)3power

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    I think you mean

    (12-8)(7-4)^3

    Just checking, because an extra bracket around like ((12-8)(7-4))^3 would give a different answer.

    Brackets first.
    Then powers or roots.
    Then multiply or divide.
    Then add or subtract.

    First do the arithmetic inside the brackets:

    (4)(3)^3

    Now evaluate the power. What is 3^3? That's 3*3*3. Now multiply that snswer by 4, and you're done.

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