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I can't make this work. Please help?

Insert parentheses when necessary to make the number sentence true. 5-3x4/6+4=-9

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    5 - {3x[(4/6)+4]}
    = 5 - [3x(14/3)]
    = 5 - 14 = -9

    Tricky one! You need to use embedded parentheses (brackets) twice.

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