# Math

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Real Numbers and Order
|4| + |3|
|-9| - |4|
7+ (-9) + (-5) + 6
|-27 + 14|
Subtracting Real Numbers
–1/2 – (-5/8)
–3.4 – (-7.6)
–54 – 119
Multiplying Real Numbers
(-3)(-6) + (4) (-2)
(-3)3power – (-8)(-2)
(-6)2power - 4 2power
-9 2power - (-6)2 power
Dividing Real Numbers
(-9)(5)/3
16 / (-2) * (-4) / 2 3power + 4
4 – (-3) +1 / 2 –2 / (-2)

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7+ (-9) + (-5) + 6

Subtracting Real Numbers
–1/2 – (-5/8)
–3.4 – (-7.6)
–54 – 119

-9 2power - (-6)2 power
Dividing Real Numbers
(-9)(5)/3
16 / (-2) * (-4) / 2 3power + 4
4 – (-3) +1 / 2 –2 / (-2)

I don't think you did these correctly.

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