Posted by **Matthew** on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 5:54pm.

Simplify:

5x{24-19)x[25+23)divided by 12-(9-7)}

Please help!

Subject is algebra.

sorry- please help!

Am I working the problem correctly?

IS THE ANSWER 50?

5x{24-19)x(25+23)divided by (12-(9-7))

= (5x5x48)/(12-2)

= (25 x 48)/10 = ?

No, the answer is not 50.

As best as I can understand, you have 5 times 5 times 50 divided by 10 or 125

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