# Elementary Algebra Review Part 6

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Lesson Summary:

In this lesson, we learn how to simplify numerical expressions that include exponents using order of operations. The instructor demonstrates various examples, explaining the importance of identifying the base and how to determine whether the answer will be positive or negative. Through the use of step-by-step instructions, students will gain a clear understanding of how to simplify these types of expressions.

Lesson Description:

Simplifying numerical expressions that include exponents using order of operations

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• How do you simplify numerical expressions?
• How do you simplify -5^2?
• How do you simplify (-7)^2?
• How do you simplify (-4)^3?
• How do you simplify -2^4?
• What is the difference between -5^2 and (-5)^2?
• What does -1^14 equal?
• What does (-1)^23 equal?
• What does -6^3 equal?
• What does (-1)^42 equal?
• How do you raise -1 to very large powers?
• How do you simplify 7(-3) - 2^3 + 4 using order of operations?
• How do you simplify 7(-3) - 2^3 + 4 using order of operations?
• How do you simplify 7(-3) - 2^3 + 4 using order of operations?
• How do you simplify 7(-3) - 2^3 + 4 using order of operations?
• How do you simplify 7(-3) - 2^3 + 4 using order of operations?
• How do you simplify 7(-3) - 2^3 + 4 using order of operations?
• How do you simplify 9 - 5(3 - 10) using order of operations?
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A bunch of good example problems with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, parentheses and exponents are simplified. This is also a great lesson for clearing up the different between computing (-1)^10 and -1^10 as well as raising a negative number to an odd exponent vs. an even exponent.