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- 5^(2/3) is 5 raised to the 2/3
- 5r(1/4) is the 1/4 root of 5 which is the same as 5 raised to the 4th power

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## Math Order of Operations - PEMDAS, BEDMAS, BODMAS, GEMDAS, MDAS

- Parentheses, Brackets, Grouping - working left to right in the equation, find and solve expressions in parentheses first; if you have nested parentheses then work from the innermost to outermost
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## Order of Operations Acronyms

BODMAS stands for " B rackets, O rder, D ivision and M ultiplication, A ddition and S ubtraction"

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