# algerba 1 math

posted by cindey

how do i solve the equation:

-2(-8-4)^2+-8-4/4

1. Ms. Sue

It's not an equation because it has no equal sign.

-2(-8-4)^2+-8-4/4

(-2 * -12)^2 + 8 - 1
24^2 + 7
576 + 7 = 583

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