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evaluate the expression for a=15,b=25,c=26,d=1 a+(b+c) x d

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plug in the values into your expression
so you would start with a 15+(b+c) xd
x d***

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so wut would it be?
You tell me
Keep subsituting the letters for the numbers they are equal to
its 66 if you just want the answer
evaluate the expression for a=11,b=8,c=2,d=7 a+(b+c) x d
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if i knew i wouldnt be posting the question up
Well do you care how to solve it or do you just want the answer. DO you have any idea on what to do? Is there somthing you think might work?
Simple example: If a = 15 what is 2a? Use this logic to solve the problem
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subistution is my favorite thing in math now
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