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Simplify: (9 – 8)2 × (24 – 6 divided by 3)

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I think the answer's 6 not sure
(9-8)=? multiply the answer by 2 24-6= ? divide the answer by 3 multiply the two answers...
I got 6 as my final answer by using PEMDAS (order of operations)

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just in case you're not sure, the answer is not 6. but this might help. 9-8=1 24-6=18 can you do the rest? (1*2) * (18/3) = what you're looking for
yea
thanks
is the 24-6 divided 3 the same as this \(\large 24-6 \div 3 \) ------ 1 OR this \(\huge \frac{24-6}{3} \) ----------- 2 ?
first one
I think I got it.............answer is 22
i found my mistake..................I subtracted before i divided ( I'm supposed to do the reverse)
ok then my mistake, (9-8)*2 = ? 6/3= ? subtract your answer from 24 multiply the two answers
yes :)
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