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Posted by
Jennifer
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Sunday, January 18, 2009
at 5:44pm.
Simplify:
-5^2 + 2[64 /(6 - 10)^2] =
-5^2 + 2[64/(-4)^2]=
-5^2 + 2[64/16]=
-25 + 2 [64/16]=
-25 + 2 (4)=
-25 +8
= -17
Is this Corect?
Intermediate Algebra -
jess
, Sunday, January 18, 2009 at 6:04pm
yes, i think that you are correct :)
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