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98 - 4 squared divided by 2 I tried to solve and got the answer 41 but my teacher says that is wrong

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  1. anonymous
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    Doe sit look like this: \[(98-4^2)/2\]

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    no there are no parenthesis

  4. anonymous
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    is the answer 90

  5. anonymous
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    First what does 4^2=?

  6. anonymous
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    16

  7. anonymous
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    hmmm I got 41 tooo are you sure that's how it is written?

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    sorry it is without the parenthesis

  9. anonymous
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    well all the parenthisis are saying is that both those numbers are on top

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    Is it: \[\frac{98−4^2}{2} \text{ or }98-\frac{4^2}{2}\]

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    i got 41 , -4^2 =-16, (-4)^2=16 , so i think u state the question wrong

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