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Evaluate 6x ÷ 3y- 4, if x = 20 and y = 2.

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6*20 / 3*2 - 4 120 / 6-4 120/2
^ you did the order of operations wrong.
so first of all use the PEMDAS formula

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every time *facepalm*
since there are no Parentheases or Exponets you just do the MDAS part
can you explain how?
well MDAS would be the multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction
so first do the muliplying and division
so start at 6*20
then 3*2
120
ok 120 good
which will give you 120/12 - 4
i mean 120/6 - 4
16
good
6*20/3*2-4 120/6 20-4 16
so that would be my answer?
yup :]

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