No they do not due to the grouping parenthesis.
There is an acronym for remembering the order
of operations: PEMDAS
Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction.
First you work the inside of any grouping parenthesis while
following the rest of the order above. Then you do any
exponents. Then from left to right you work any multiplication
and/or division in the order in which you encounter them. Lastly,
you work left to right the addition and/or subtraction.
(1+32) = 1+9 = 10
because the exponent is inside the parenthesis and is
thus not applied to the entire total, but only the 3
(1+3)2 = 42 = 16
Since the exponent is outside the parenthesis it is
applied to the entire total of the equation inside.
This means that:
4*(1+32) = 4(10) = 40
4(1+3)2 = 4(4)2 = 4(16) = 64