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evaluate the numerical expression. you may use a calculator, being sure to follow the order of operations. Round the answer to the nearest whole number.
129+ 17*35/14 the 129 is separate from the fraction

You have an easy teacher. I hope she is teaching you to use your calculator.
Here, order of operations:
17*35 / 14 = + 129
See if that gives you the answer of 172
for more on grouping and order, put this in your google search window:
129+ 17*35/14 
129 + (17*35)/14 = 129 + 595/14 = 129 + 42.5 = ?

114 less than  57 what's the number all expression simplify
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