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simply 28-24/4+8

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will it be 14
Use PEMDAS. I'm trusting the answers 30.
ok let me retry

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i get 14
are u doing 28-24 divideing 4 +8
tht would equal 9 if u did tht
should i rewrite it or draw it
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thats the promblem am doing
i got -6.
r u using PEMDAS?
yes but tht was my next promblem for you but this one i meant
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first you divide -24 by 4 and you get -6, then u add that to 28 and get 22. Then add that to 8 and you get 30.
Is that wat got? Do u get it?
i thought its exponets
wat prob r u doing? I just did 28-24/4+8 and got 30.
nvm
thats was my bad
So wat did u get for 12-2*5+4^2 /2? I got -6

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