Use the order of operations to simplify this expression: [3 + 4(5 · 22) – 8 / 2].
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I get 439
can you please show me how you got that answer
You have PEMDAS which is Parenthesis Exponents Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction which is the order of operations
so for parenthesis you have 5*22 which equals 110
then you go across and look for Multiplication since you do not have any exponents and you get 4*110 which equals 440
Next you look for division and get -8/2 which equals -4
So now you have the equation 3+440-4
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439 is correct. First you multiply 5 and 22. This comes to 110. Then you multiply the 4 and 110. This gives you 440. The next step is division. 8/2 = 4. Then addition. 440+3=443. subtract 4, you get 439.
the correct equation is [3 + 4(5 · 2^2) – 8 / 2]?
oh wait, its not 22 its 2 ^2
then the answer is 79