algerbra
posted by Nashea .
1. 1+1=0?
2. 2x(4)x(4)x(2)=8 or 64
on this one i am not sure if i multiply the absolute value or multiply as is

algebra 
PsyDAG
1. Yes
2. I don't know if you have the formula correctly written. Online we use an asterisk (*) to indicate multiplication rather than x, because x is often used to indicate an unknown. If your x's indicate multiplication:
2(4) * (4)(2) = 8 * 8 = 64
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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