# Simplify: -15-[4+(-3)] divided by 2/5

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I need to simplify the question negative 15 minus the grouping of 4 plus negative 3, negative 3 being in parenthesis as shown -15-[4+(-3)] divided by the fraction 2 over 5.  so as above        Simplify:    -15-[4+-3)] divided by 2/5

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