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When you are solving questions with exponents, you must keep in mind that order of operation (BEDMAS/PEDMAS) still applies. In this lesson, we will get you familiar with how BEDMAS/PEDMAS works with exponents.

Related concepts: Combining the exponent rules, Convert between radicals and rational exponents, Solving for exponents,

- 1.Calculate:a)$5{\left( { - 2} \right)^4}$b)$- 6\left( {{3^7}} \right)$c)$8{\left( 4 \right)^3}$d)$9\left( { - {4^2}} \right)$
- 2.Calculate:a)$30 - {5^2} + \left( {{6^3} - {2^3}} \right)$b)$9 - 4\left( {{2^3}} \right)$c)${\left( { - 5 - 4} \right)^2} + {\left( { - 4} \right)^2}$d)${\left( { - 4} \right)^6} \div {2^3}$
- 3.A small yellow square is put on top of a large green square. The side length of the yellow square is 7 cm, whereas the side length of the green square is 11 cm.

a)Write the visible green area as powers.b)Calculate the visible green area.

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