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# how do i do this

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so i have 3+4(10-8) which equals 11 but how do i do this (plz respond fast i have school in 8 hours)

Guest Nov 28, 2017
edited by Guest  Nov 28, 2017
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Okay, so you take 3+4(10-8) and multiply 4 times 10 and 4 times -8. Now you have this equation…

3+40-32. So you add 40 and 3 together which equals 43, then subtract 32 and now you have your answer 11.

3+4(10-8)=11😜

Guest Nov 28, 2017
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thank you so much

Guest Nov 28, 2017
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3+4*(10-8) = do the brackets first

3  + 4 *(2)    =  Multiply 4 x 2

3  +  8        =    add 3 + 8

=11

Guest Nov 28, 2017
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Hey that was much easier to follow than mine, great job. 👍🏻

Guest Nov 28, 2017
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thank you so much you explaned it well

Guest Nov 28, 2017

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