2 + 4^{2}(5 - 3)

facas9 2021-01-16 Answered
2+42(53)
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Answered 2021-01-17 Author has 97 answers
We are given:
2+42(53)
Perform the operations insice the grouping symbols:
=2+42(2)
Evaluate powers:
=2+16(2)
Multiply:
=2+32=34
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