Logarithm properties doubt

The problem is $\mathrm{log}(5.64{)}^{4}$. According to the properties and laws of exponents,

$\mathrm{log}({m}^{r})=r\mathrm{log}(m)$. But since the exponent is outside of the parenthesis in this problem, does it solves by like $4\mathrm{log}(5.64)$ or $(\mathrm{log}(5.64){)}^{4}$? TYIA.

The problem is $\mathrm{log}(5.64{)}^{4}$. According to the properties and laws of exponents,

$\mathrm{log}({m}^{r})=r\mathrm{log}(m)$. But since the exponent is outside of the parenthesis in this problem, does it solves by like $4\mathrm{log}(5.64)$ or $(\mathrm{log}(5.64){)}^{4}$? TYIA.