How do you simplify #3( 4 6) ^ { 3} + ( 15  3) \div ( 1 4)#?
Simplify:
You will need to follow the order of operations:
Parentheses/brackets Exponents/Powers Multiplication and division in order from left to right. Addition and subtraction in order from left to right.
Simplify the parentheses.
This simplifies to:
Simplify the exponent.
Multiply. (Do this before the division because it is first in the expression.)
Divide. (Do this after the multiplication because it comes later in the expression.
Subtract.
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There are several different operations to be done.
Count the number of terms first. Each must be simplified to a single answer which can be added or subtracted in the last step.
There are two terms:
Within each term you have to do what is inside the brackets first: Then any powers Then multiplication and division Last addition and subtraction.
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To simplify the expression:
3(4  6)^3 + (15  (3))/(1  4)
Follow the order of operations (PEMDAS/BODMAS):

Simplify within parentheses: (4  6) = 2 (15  (3)) = 15 + 3 = 18 (1  4) = 3

Simplify exponents: (2)^3 = 2 * 2 * 2 = 8

Perform multiplication and division from left to right: 3 * (8) = 24 18 / (3) = 6

Add or subtract: 24  6 = 18
So, the simplified expression is 18.
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