need help in college math 032 algebra

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3÷8 squared+5 (6+5)=

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Amanda S
School: Rice University

k so this is order of operations, or pemdas

parenthesis, exponents, multiplication/division, addition/subtraction

so in your problem we start inside the parenthesis

3/ 8^2+5(6+5) so   (6+5) = 11 now we put that in our parenthesis

3/ 8^2+5(11)  next step is exponents so 8^2=36

3/36+5(11) now m/d  so 3/36= 1/12(reduced by 3)    and   5(11) (this is a way to show multiplication)= 55

1/12+55 now add = 55 1/12 is the answer for this make sure that for this problem you didn't miss anything for signs or if more was supposed to be divided it can make a big impact in your answer

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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