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5962*2568/457*9632-10?

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that dont make sence
yes an thats not how you spell since!!
makes perfect sense PEMDAS

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lol do u know the answer?
got a calculator?
Can we get clarification on numerator and denominator?
i got ! 3.478206030513786
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Assuming from the lack of parentheses that it means \[5962 \times 2568 \div 547 \times 9632 - 10\] and not \[5962 \times \frac{2568}{547} \times 9632 - 10\] Then the order of operations is \[\frac{5962 \times 2568}{547} \space \times 9632 - 10\]
ITS THE SAME THINGGGGG
i believe its called the communative property of multiplication
Oops, meant for that second one to be \[\frac{5962 \times 2568}{547 \times 9632} \space -10\] Fumbled with the LaTeX..
they really trying 2 answer this smh
really its pemdas SO WORK IT OUT!!!!

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