9th grade algebra

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(-6)-((-2)-5(2nd power)

  • 9th grade algebra -

    5^2 = 25
    -2 -25 = -27
    -(-27) = 27
    Subtract 6 from that.

  • 9th grade algebra -

    -6-[-2-5(squared)]=
    =-6-[-2-25]=
    =-6-(-23)=
    =-23+6
    =-17

  • 9th grade algebra -

    YOu have an error, Venessa, can you find it?

  • 9th grade algebra -

    oops sorry i havn't done this in a while
    thanx bobpursley

    -6-(-2-5^2)=
    =-6-(-2-25)=
    =-6-(-27)=
    (negatives cancel)
    =-6+27=
    =27-6=
    =21

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