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  • one year ago

Help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. anonymous
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  2. iGreen
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    PEMDAS

  3. iGreen
    • one year ago
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    Do the parenthesis inside the bracket. \(\sf (9 - 1) = ~ \! ?\)

  4. anonymous
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    8

  5. iGreen
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    Yes, which gives us: \(\sf \dfrac{8 \cdot 3 + 6}{-2[6 \div 2 - 8]}\)

  6. iGreen
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    Now do the division in the parenthesis. \(\sf 6 \div 2 = ~ \! ?\)

  7. anonymous
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    3

  8. iGreen
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    Parenthesis Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction.

  9. iGreen
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    Yes, so we have: \(\sf \dfrac{8 \cdot 3 + 6}{-2[3 - 8]}\) Subtract 3 - 8

  10. anonymous
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    -5

  11. iGreen
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    \(\sf \dfrac{8 \cdot 3 + 6}{-2[-5]}\) Yep, now multiply -2 * -5

  12. anonymous
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    10

  13. iGreen
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    \(\sf \dfrac{8 \cdot 3 + 6}{-10}\) Now multiply 8 * 3.

  14. anonymous
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    24

  15. iGreen
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    \(\sf \dfrac{24+6}{10}\) Yes, now add it to 6 and divide by 10

  16. iGreen
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    My bad, I accidentally wrote -10 above that.

  17. anonymous
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    @iGreen i got 3

  18. iGreen
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    Yep, that's our answer.

  19. anonymous
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    ok thank you can you help me with a couple more :)

  20. iGreen
    • one year ago
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    Sure, just close this and open a new one.

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok

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