Posted by **Sherrie** on Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 9:48am.

how do I simplify the following expressions and show my work? 6+5[(12 div. by2)+5]. (4div.by2)+8(5-3)to the second power. -8-72Div.by9x4to the second power + 11.

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