- ILUVSOCCER

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- ILUVSOCCER

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- amistre64

what is #9?

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- amistre64

ah, i didnt see the -1 ...

- amistre64

first one looks good to me

- ILUVSOCCER

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- amistre64

some of those are hard to work out in my head, but they seem to be well worked out to me.

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, Can you help me with some extra ones?

- ILUVSOCCER

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- amistre64

order of operations problems do not excite me :) how many extra ones?

- ILUVSOCCER

8

- amistre64

post your work and im sure one of us will look over it, but you seem to have a good grasp on it so far.

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, just the 28, 29, and 30. Those ones If you can help me, I'd really appreciate that.

- ILUVSOCCER

Where to place the parentheses.

- amistre64

trial and error seems to be the best course of action

- ILUVSOCCER

28 b is \[6^{2} \times(2+5)\times20\]
Okay, then can you wait till I'm done and see after I'm done with everything?

- amistre64

sure, ill check your work

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, I got most of it done. Can you help me with 29 A?

- ILUVSOCCER

I put parentheses everywhere but I can't seem to get the answer 10...

- ILUVSOCCER

- amistre64

29A working on it ...
720/2 = 360, so adding to it an multiply it out is just making it bigger
720/9 = 80, and multiply it just gets bigger
720/(a+b*c) seems to be our best route
if a+b*x = 72 we got it made right?

- amistre64

a+b*c that is

- amistre64

9*8 = 72
(2+7) * 8 = 72
720/((a+b)*c) seems fair

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, \[720\div[(2+7)\times2^{3}]\]

- amistre64

thatll do 10 yes

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, almost done.

- ILUVSOCCER

What about 30b?

- amistre64

30b is simple 2 set of paranthesis is required. whats your best effort?

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, let me give it a shot. Wait... 2 sets of parentheses? Can you even do that in a math problem?

- amistre64

you can have 20 sets if need be ...

- ILUVSOCCER

30b \[(159-81)\div(3^{3}+12)\]

- ILUVSOCCER

Okay, Let me try the other 2. :)

- amistre64

:)

- ILUVSOCCER

31 is
\[2\times3+73-18\div9\]

- ILUVSOCCER

And the last one is a bit confusing...

- ILUVSOCCER

Wait...

- amistre64

31 is good, the wolf agrees :)

- ILUVSOCCER

for 32 the answer is 2 right?

- ILUVSOCCER

Because 292/146 is 2

- ILUVSOCCER

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- amistre64

2 works

- ILUVSOCCER

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- ILUVSOCCER

So did I calculate right?

- amistre64

you did fine :)

- ILUVSOCCER

Thank you sooo Much!!!!

- amistre64

youre welcome

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