## anonymous one year ago 4^2-(5+(12)^2)-4sqrt4^2

1. anonymous

the end part looks like -4$\sqrt{4}$^2

2. anonymous

$4^{2}-(5+12^{2})-4\sqrt{4^{2}}$ Is that what it looks like?

3. itsbribro

I assume you already know what PEMDAS means right? @mocham

4. anonymous

yes that is what it looks like

5. anonymous

(), exponent, multi, division, sub, and add

6. anonymous

doe the - next to (5+144) get applied to whats in the brackets?

7. UnkleRhaukus

we can apply the minus sign (outside of the brackets), after we simplify what is inside them

8. anonymous

you just do like this: 4^2-(5+(12)^2)-4sqrt4^2 ( when its square roof of square, you can get rid of the square roof) 16- ( 5+ 144) - 4 times 4 16- ( 149) -16 I think till here i done my part :) now just need simple calculate :) if there any wrong or mistake in this, please let me know because I think myself had read the problem wrong....