Algebra 2 w/Trigonometry
posted by Cupcake on .
How would you work the problem:
2 with the exponent of 4 minus 3 times 5 divided by 10 plus 1615 divided by 10?

I would start out by rewriting it with parentheses in the approproate places.

I'm seriously having trouble in my algebra class, could you pleaaaaaaase help me.

2^4  3*5/10 + 16  15/10
The way you wrote it with no parentheses:
first the exponent:
16  3*5/10 + 16  15/10
now multiply and divide
16  1.5 + 16  1.5
now add and subtract
29 
square root of 2a multipplied by the square root of 2a

(x+3)^4