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help me get the answer that = 2 but you haave toput the right signs so it gets that number here are the numbers 17 25 30 3

  • 6th grade -

    Hint:
    17-25=-8
    30/3=10
    and 10-8=2

  • 6th grade -

    17 - 25 + (30/3) = ?

    The "signs" that you need are +, -, /. and ( )

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