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Evaluate: 8 + g ÷ h • 4, when g = 9 and h = 3.

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ohh srry it should be like this 8+9/3x4
17/12
=8+3x4

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=8+12 =20
thats should be the answer
I am not sure if i have interpreted you question correctly where are the brackets \[8+g \div h \times 4\]\[8+{4g\over h}\]\[g=9,h=3\]\[\rightarrow 8+{4\times 9\over 3}\]\[=8+{36\over 12}\]\[=8+3\]\[=11\]
\[8 + (g ÷ h) \times 4≠8 + g ÷ (h \times 4)\]
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I agree with the order of operations which is what razor used 8 + g ÷ h • 4 g=9, h=3 8+9\3 *4 Order of operations tells use to do the dividion/multiplication as it occurs left to right so we have 8+3*4 8+12 Now lastly addition/subtraction (no subtraction here though so really not worth mentioning) 20

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