anonymous
  • anonymous
Evaluate. (10 • 4 + 2)(9 + 6 ÷ 3)
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Trisaba
  • Trisaba
462
mdilley
  • mdilley
42x11=462
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
(10 • 4 + 2)(9 + 6 ÷ 3); Multiplication is first in the parenthesis on the left since it is higher in importance than addition. So That one would be (40+2)(9+6/3). (9+6/3), Divison is of greater importance here than addition in the closed parenthesis, so 6/3 would be done first. Now we got (40+2)*(9+2); 2 is equal to 6/3. (42)(11) is what we got now. 42*11=462
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which options could be the next step in simplifying this expression? 5 • (2 + 4) Choose exactly two answers that are correct. A. 5 • 2 + 5 • 4 (use the distributive property) B. (5 • 2) + 4 (use the associative property) C. 5 • 2 + 4 (use the distributive property) D. 5 • 6 (use order of operations)
mdilley
  • mdilley
c and D

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