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I think I can help you evaluate this expression:

\([-2-((-4)^2-2)]*(-4-(-3))\)

\([-2-((-4)^2-2)]*(-4-(-3))\) | This is the original expression. First, evaluate parentheses from left to right. Of course, you have to order of operations within a set of parentheses. Do \((-4)^2=-4*-4=16\) |

\([-2-(16-2)]*(-4-(-3))\) | Do \(16-2\) because those are the innermost parentheseses. |

\([-2-14]*(-4-(-3))\) | Do \(-2-14\) because you evaluate parentheses from left to right! |

\(-16*(-4-(-3))\) | Now, evaluate \(-4-(-3)=-4+3=-1\). |

\(-16*-1\) | Evaluate -16*-1. |

\(16\) | This is your answer |

TheXSquaredFactor
Jun 11, 2017

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I think I can help you evaluate this expression:

\([-2-((-4)^2-2)]*(-4-(-3))\)

\([-2-((-4)^2-2)]*(-4-(-3))\) | This is the original expression. First, evaluate parentheses from left to right. Of course, you have to order of operations within a set of parentheses. Do \((-4)^2=-4*-4=16\) |

\([-2-(16-2)]*(-4-(-3))\) | Do \(16-2\) because those are the innermost parentheseses. |

\([-2-14]*(-4-(-3))\) | Do \(-2-14\) because you evaluate parentheses from left to right! |

\(-16*(-4-(-3))\) | Now, evaluate \(-4-(-3)=-4+3=-1\). |

\(-16*-1\) | Evaluate -16*-1. |

\(16\) | This is your answer |

TheXSquaredFactor
Jun 11, 2017