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[(8 × 4) − 10]^2 + 9

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  1. suzy4321 Group Title
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    if your simplifying then its 493

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    laura do you know how to solve it??

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  3. laura082412 Group Title
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    no

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    Do you know the BODMAS rule

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  5. sheg Group Title
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    B- Bracket O- Over D- Divide M- Multiply A- Add S- Subtract

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    \[[(8 × 4) − 10]^2 + 9\]\[=[32 − 10]^2 + 9\]\[=[22]^2+9\]\[=484+9\]\[=493\]

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    also O can be replaced by E- Exponential

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  8. laura082412 Group Title
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    ok now i get it

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  9. sheg Group Title
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    in your problem you are having \[\large{[(8\times4)-10]^2+9}\]

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    so first do the bracket operations so first bracket operation would be \[\large{[(8\times4)-10]^2 + 9}\] \[=\large{[(32)-10]^2 + 9}\] Now remove the bracket so you will have \[=\large{[32-10]^2 + 9}\] now do the large brackets operation \[=\large{[22]^2 + 9}\] \[=\large{484 + 9}\] \[=\large{493}\]

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    ok now i get it

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