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Evaluate 5+(2*4)^3 using the order of operations.
To start the answer to this question, you begin with Parenthesis which is (2*4). (2*4) equals 8. We now have 5+8^3 . Then do the exponents in the problem which is 8^3. The answer to this portion is 512. Now you have 5+512. We finally solve by adding 5+512 and get the final answer 517.
Subject: Basic Math
Sam has 15 apples. She gives Tom and Jamie 5 apples each. How many apples does Sam have left?
Sam has 5 apples left, because she gave Tom 5 and Jamie 5 which equals ten. So that leaves Sam with 5 apples
Solve the following inequality. -3x<9
First you start with -3x and divide -3 on both sides. -3x/-3 < 9/-3 When dividing negative integers you have to flip the sign. You should have the following answer. x> -3
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