Directions: Type the correct answer in each box. Spell all words correctly, and use numerals instead of words for numbers. If necessary, use decimals instead of fractions.
Mrs. Matthews came up with an expression. Holly and Jim wrote the expression in their notebooks in order to simplify the expression. They compared their expressions.
Holly's Notebook
Jim's Notebook
Holly's expression is equal to , and Jim's expression is equal to .
So, 's expression is less than the other expres

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- anonymous

I think this is different

- misty1212

i'll say !!

- anonymous

Holly's Notebook \[6 x (24 / 2)^2\]

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- misty1212

what the monkey kind of on line system is this?

- anonymous

STUDY ISLAND XD

- anonymous

I wanna kill them but oh well

- misty1212

lolol "study island" indeed
is it FLVS or sommat?

- anonymous

No clue. Just math 0-0

- misty1212

i mean are you going to on line school?

- anonymous

Yes

- misty1212

dont they have real schools where you are?

- anonymous

Jim's Notebook \[6 x 24 \]

- misty1212

\[6\times 24\]

- anonymous

They do. But they are crappy

- anonymous

WTF i put the divisor in

- misty1212

as crappy as this?

- misty1212

\[6\times \frac{24}{2}\]

- anonymous

\[Jim's Notbook 6 x 24 / 2^2\]

- anonymous

FAIL

- anonymous

6 x 24 / 2^2

- misty1212

lolol you are adorable
\[6\times \frac{24}{2^2}\]

- anonymous

Holly's notebook 6 (24 / 2)^2

- misty1212

like that?

- anonymous

Yes

- anonymous

You need to compare holly's and jim's notebook. XD

- misty1212

ok then
\[\huge 6\times \left(\frac{24}{2}\right)^2\]

- misty1212

is that holly's note book ?

- anonymous

Yes

- anonymous

jim has no parthensis on his

- anonymous

So his would be. 6 x 24 / 2^2

- anonymous

Any clue what it is?

- misty1212

yes i do

- anonymous

:D

- misty1212

first square 2

- misty1212

you get
\[6\times \frac{24}{4}\]

- misty1212

then divide, to get
\[6\times 6\]

- misty1212

which is \(36\)

- anonymous

So I put in the first square is 2. Holly's Notebook, correct?

- anonymous

And true

- misty1212

no that was jim's notebook

- misty1212

holly's you have to divide first, then square

- anonymous

ah

- misty1212

\[6\left \frac{24}{2}\right)^2=6\times 12^2=6\tiems 144\]

- anonymous

[]=[]

- misty1212

\[6\left( \frac{24}{2}\right)^2=6\times 12^2=6\times 144\]

- anonymous

OH

- misty1212

that was holly's

- anonymous

6 x 144 is holly's

- anonymous

What is jim's?

- misty1212

you can compute that if you like

- anonymous

brb

- anonymous

back

- anonymous

After this can you help me with an english assignment?

- anonymous

Yes no?

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