Posted by **hey sry cant tell u my name!** on Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 7:23pm.

what does 40-9 divided by 3x7+5=?

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(40 - 9)/(3*7 + 5) ?

If so then evaluate the numerator to get 40-9=31. Then evaluate the denominator to get 3*7+5=26. Then form the fraction using the two results.

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