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5+1/2 multiply 5+1/2

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do you mean \[\huge 5 + \frac 12 \times 5 + \frac 12\]
hint: according to PEMDAS multiply 1/2 x 5 first

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No. 5/1/2
what is the original question?
you sure? the question wasn't originally \[\huge 5 + \frac 12 \times 5 + \frac 12?\] because those are two different things...
It is how I drew it.
well then change both to improper fractions first \[\huge \implies \frac{11}2 \times \frac{11}2\] do you now what to do now?
now change it to mixed fraction to see something cool
UH O.O I got.. 32.5
cause I am unsure of my answer.
hmm you divided wrong...
anyway 121/4 is right
oh I thought I needed to simply it.
How do I round it to the nearest integer?
you mean turn it into a mixed fraction?
Find the estimated answer by rounding each mixed number to the nearest integer and then multiplying the integers
i have no idea sorry
It's okay.

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