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Simplify completely: 3(49)+62(8+5)

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Reiny
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3(49)+62(8+5)
= 3(5) + 6  2(3)
= 15 + 6 + 6
= 27 
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drwls
(3*5) + 6 2(3)
= 15 +6 +6 = 27
I have assumed that +6 is a separate added term and not part of (62), since there are no parentheses around "62"
With parentheses there, the answer would be very different.
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