How do you simplify the expression 4+36÷(10-8)²×3+7
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Take parentheses first: 10-8=2 then apply the exponent to give 4: 4+36÷4*3+7.

Now the expression with multiply and divide: 36÷4*3, in order: 36÷4=9 then multiply by 3=27.

Now we have 4+27+7=38.

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