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anonymous
 3 years ago
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To evaluate a combination, do the following:
1. Evaluate the subexpressions of the combination.
2. Apply the procedure that is the value of the leftmost subexpression (the operator) to the arguments that are the values of the other subexpressions (the operands).
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can someone please explain how to apply this combination (+ 1 2 3) according to the above rule?
anonymous
 3 years ago
=quote= To evaluate a combination, do the following: 1. Evaluate the subexpressions of the combination. 2. Apply the procedure that is the value of the leftmost subexpression (the operator) to the arguments that are the values of the other subexpressions (the operands). =question= can someone please explain how to apply this combination (+ 1 2 3) according to the above rule?

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0oh sorry im on the wrong channel. it should be on MIT 6.001. closed this question now. i will reask at the proper channel
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