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Explain how to solve 8(to the 2nd power)+ 9(12 ÷ 3 • 2) – 7

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  1. katiebugg
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    first do the (12/3 x2)

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  2. henpen
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    \[8^2+\frac{9(12)}{3* 2}-7\] or \[8^2+\frac{9(12 *3)}{ 2}-7\]?

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  3. shayshayglee5
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    That doesn't really make sense what does the problem inside of the parenthesis equal I can figure out the rest.

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  4. shayshayglee5
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    It's 8 right?

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  5. EulerGroupie
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    8

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  6. EulerGroupie
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    What did you get overall?

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  7. shayshayglee5
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    577 but I think I did something wrong.

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  8. EulerGroupie
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    Yeah, I didn't get that. After you found what's inside you should have: \[8^{2}+9(8)-7\]

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  9. EulerGroupie
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    PEMDAS... you are on E

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  10. shayshayglee5
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    So wouldn't it be 64 + 9 x 8 - 7?

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  11. EulerGroupie
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    Yes... now M

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  12. shayshayglee5
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    64 x 8?

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  13. telltoamit
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    9 into 8 first?

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  14. shayshayglee5
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    9 x 8?

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  15. telltoamit
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    yes

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  16. EulerGroupie
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    9x8

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  17. shayshayglee5
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    72

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  18. EulerGroupie
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    yes 64+72-7

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  19. EulerGroupie
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    Now A and S

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  20. shayshayglee5
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    129?

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  21. EulerGroupie
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    Awesome :D

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  22. shayshayglee5
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    Thanks you puppy man! haha

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  23. EulerGroupie
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    woof!

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  24. telltoamit
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    lol

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