anonymous
  • anonymous
72 − 3 x (5 − 2)2? Help pleasee!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is that x a variable factor? or just a multiplication symbol?
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats the part that was confusing me put i think it is just a variable because there is a parenthesis meaning you already multiply.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it doesn't make much sense to be a variable if it's expected to simplify to a single number. But if it's supposed to represent a line we'd have a y= that whole thing. Do you have any more context?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
nope, but i did everything and the last two is at the top sorry. if you do not understand thank you very much i think i got it a little bit.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it was 22. somehow. i got it wrong though i thought it was 414
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[72-3*(5-2)^2\] ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[72 - 3*(5-2)^2 = 72 - 3*3^2 = 72 - 9*3 = 72-27 = 45\]
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  • anonymous
thanks for your help you saved my lifee. lol

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