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Solve the following equation using Order of Operations: (9-3)^2 + 6(2) - 5(3) - 4 =
You will use the Order of Operations as follows: P(arenthesis) -- (9-3) = 6 Exponents -- 6^2 = 36 Multiplication -- 6(2) = 12 , 5(3) = 15 Division -- N/A Addition -- 36 + 12 =48 Subtraction -- 48 - 15 - 4 The solution to this equation is 29.
Subject: Basic Math
Sally plans to share her pizza with 2 friends. The pizza is divided into 12 slices. How many slices will each person get? Does Sally has enough pizza for each person to get three slices of pizza?
Sally and her 2 friends equals 3 people total. The pizza is divided into 12 slices. 12 divided by 3 equals 4. Each friend would have 4 slices of pizza and yes, Sally does have enough for each person to get three slices of pizza.
Evaluate the following polynomial: 2a + 3b + 4c + 5ab - 6c + 7a + 8b - 9c
The answer to this polynomial is 9a + 11b - 11c + 5ab. There are no numerical solutions since the variables are not associated with a number. This covers the concept of combining like terms.
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