math,drbob222

posted by Jasmine20

I'm sorry the problems i posted had a couple of errors how i posted it here they are:

Posted by DrBob222 on Friday, November 24, 2006 at 6:19pm in response to Math.

Thanks for showing your work. It helps us to know where you are having trouble.

#4. [25/ (2^3-3)]*2 the star two represents multiplied by 2
My way of solving:
[25/(8-3)]*2 (this was suppost to be-
[25/5]*2 multiplied by 2)
[5]*2 You are ok to here. 5^2 = 25 and not 10.
drbob222

Yes, 10 is correct.

thank you

Jasmine
I went back and looked at the original problem and it is posted the same way here as it was originally; therefore, I am the one that made the mistake. I misread the * (meaning multiplied by) for a caret (^--meaning raised to the power). So your original answer of 10 was correct then as it is correct now.

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