To simplify the expression $6\left(4+5\left(3-2\right)^2\right)$6(4+5(3−2)2), we first have to:

Subtract

Multiply

Add

Divide

Cube $3$3, then subtract this exponential expression from $28$28.

Add $7$7 to the square of $5$5, then divide this sum by the product of $2$2 cubed and $4$4.

Increase $2$2 by $4$4 and square this sum, then add the quotient of $6$6 and $3$3 to this exponential expression.

Generalise the properties of operations with rational numbers, including the properties of exponents

Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems