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gcc8617:

5(-4+8)6

AxL1nna:

is this addition or subtraction

jhonyy9:

the last digit of 6 maybe exponent ?

Ferrari:

If what @jhonny9 is saying is true (the 6 being an exponent) you must solve like this First, do the thing in parentheses (-4 + 8), which is 4. 4 to the power of 6 is 4096. Then multiply 4096 times 5 The answer should be 20480 if you are doing order of operations correctly

Ferrari:

Oh I said the name wrong whoops

winterfreezelove:

Well, You do 5 times -4 is = -20 and 5 times 8 is=40 and you do -20+40=-20 and 20 times 6 is equal to 120

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