MATH URGENT

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Write the calculator key sequence you would use to evaluate each expression. Then evaluate.

A.) (1-3)^4/4
B.) (-2)^0+4*17^0
C.) 16-9 (2^3)+(-4)^2

Thank you and I pleeeeese explain how to do this

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