jameshorton
  • jameshorton
Which is an example of an algebraic expression? A. g > 14 B. b + 32 C. m – 37 < 52 D. x + 4 = 13
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
b
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
np

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anonymous
  • anonymous
hey im only in 6th grade so plz dont ask me for any 7th or up questions ok
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
im in 6th too
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
what school you go to
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
i'm in 9th if ya'll need help i can help you both maybe lol
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
Choose exactly two answers that are correct. 3. (3 pt) Which statement is true according to the order of operations? Choose exactly two answers that are correct. A. (11 + 3) • 2 = 14 • 2 = 28 B. 6 + 10 ÷ 2 = 6 + 5 = 11 C. 5 + (9 • 2) = 14 • 2 = 28 D. 8 – 4 ÷ 2 = 4 ÷ 2 = 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
umm if you check my profile out it says
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
B and C
anonymous
  • anonymous
ya B and C
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
Evaluate. (5 • 8 – 12)(36 ÷ 9 • 4)
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
try working it out PEMDAS
anonymous
  • anonymous
or please excuse my dear aunt sally
anonymous
  • anonymous
gtg
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
so what would be the first step?
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
@jameshorton
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
divide
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
Parenthesis Exponents Multiply Divide Add Subtract
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
parenthesis
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
so we would work out whats in the parenthesis first lets work from left to right so....
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
\[(5\times8-12)(36\div9\times4)\] whats 5 times 8
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
40 right?
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
\[(40-12)(36\div9\times4)\] so whats 40-12
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
28
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
good
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
now whats 36 divided by 9
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
how many times does 9 go into 36
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
0.25
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
no 9 goes into 36, 4 times
anonymous
  • anonymous
ik the answer
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
so whats 4 times 4
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
16
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
okay now you have 28*16=
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
448
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
yes :) good job
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
Which options could be the next step in simplifying this expression? 15 + (5 + 21) Choose exactly two answers that are correct. A. 15 + 26 (use order of operations) B. 36 + 20 (use the commutative property) C. 20 + 36 (use the distributive property) D. 20 + 21 (use the associative property)
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
i think A and D
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
anything else?
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
yep
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
(3 pt) Which property does the statement illustrate? Column A Column B 1. (n + 6) • 7 = 7 • (n + 6) 2. 3 • (4 • 9) = (3 • 4) • 9 3. (2x • 5y) • 8 = 2x • (5y • 8) 4. 5 • 3 = 3 • 5 A. commutative property of multiplication B. associative property of multiplication
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
@dan815
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
i'm confused sorry lol
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
column b is post to be a and b
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
then you pick which one is accosicative or commutative
MikeyMaximum
  • MikeyMaximum
Are these multiple questions?
itsbribro
  • itsbribro
nvm i got it lol
MikeyMaximum
  • MikeyMaximum
Because if they are then that would make things 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000x easier for me
jameshorton
  • jameshorton
do you know it
MikeyMaximum
  • MikeyMaximum
yeah if they are all multiple questions

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