Let x1 = 94,210, x2 = 8631, x3 = 1440, x4 = 133,and x5 = 34. Calculate each of the following, usingfour-digit decimal floating-point arithmetic: x1 + ((x2 + x3) + (x4 + x5))

cistG 2021-03-02 Answered

Let \(x_1 = 94,210, x_2 = 8631, x_3 = 1440, x_4 = 133,\) and \(x5 = 34.\) Calculate each of the following, using four-digit decimal floating-point arithmetic: \(x1 + ((x2 + x3) + (x4 + x5))\)

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Step 1 Given information: \(x_1 = 94210\)
\(x_2 = 8631\)
\(x_3 = 1440\)
\(x_4 = 133\)
\(x_5 = 34\)

Step 2 Substitute the given values in given expression, \(x_1 + ((x_2 + x_3) + (x_4 + x_5)) = 94210 + ((8631 + 1440) + (133 + 34))\)
\(= 94210 + ((8631 + 1440) + (133 + 34))\)
\(= 94210 + 10,071 + 167\)
\(= 104448\)

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