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Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Evaluate (5 + 2)2 − 40 + 3 6 11 12 34 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Evaluate 7 + 52 • 4. 214 35 128 107 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points) Evaluate 9 − 3 • 2 + 4 6 7 15 16 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q

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  1. rvgupta
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    approximations are 214 and 7 to 2nd and 3rd q

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    The answer for number one isnt listed.. #2 is 215.. but 214 is listed. #3 is 7

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    If the first problem is meant to be (5+2)^ 2 then the correct answer is 12

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    pemdas

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    Follow the PEMDAS. _____________________ Parenthesis - use the distributive property. a(b + c) = ab + ac Exponents Multiplication/Dividion Addition/Subtraction 1.) (5 + 2)^2 − 40 + 3 (7)^2 - 40 + 3 49 - 40 + 3 9 + 3 12

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    what is the up arrow??

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    It's a way to say that 2 is an exponent. I assumed the equation was really: \[(5 + 2)^2 − 40 + 3\] And the exponent didn't paste correctly.

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