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Find the product. (-4·3·2)^2 is it -288?

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  1. waterineyes
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    No..

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  2. waterineyes
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    Because : \((-)^2 = +\)

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    576

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    anyways its 576

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    Yes it is 576..

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    order of operations PEMADAS (-4·3·2)^2 (-4)(3)(2) = -4(6) =-24 (-24)^2 --> write -24 two times like this (-24)(-24) a negative times a negative will be a positive number. 576

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