MATH 6 GRADE
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789*1124(?DIVIDED BY)739001
You need to use the order of operations. PEMDAS( parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, additon, subtraction) so first multiply 789 by 11 and then subract 24 on the other side subtract and then divide
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