Math
posted by Cory .
having trouble solving equation
8+3x641=13 can anyone help
we have tried everything and it's not working out for me
is that 3x or 3*6
3*6
Are you sure you put the right equation?
yes.
8+3*641=13
what do the instructions say?
Is this a grouping problem?
because 8+3*(64)1=13 works.
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