the order of operations says to solve what is within the parenthesis first but the rules of exponents says we would handle the outside exponent (6) first.

the order of operations says to solve what is within the parenthesis first but the rules of exponents says we would handle the outside exponent (6) first.

Does it have the same answer? I dont think so but im not really sure

1+1+1+1+1 1+1+1+1+1 1+1x0+1 = ?

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