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Match the expression:
Subtract 41 from 24 raised to the 6th power; then multiply by 2.

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    Is it (24^6-41) x 2
    Or 24^6-41 x 2
    Or (24-41)^6 x 2

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    (24^6 - 41)(2) , you could put the (2) in front

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    Thank you

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