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) If * stands for -, /stands for +, +stands for *, then which of the following is TRUE?
A) 32/14*6+40-8=44.8
B) 14*8/6+40-8=16.8
c) 32*6/14+32-8=9.9
D) 32/6*14+32-8=18.9

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I will do the first one ...

A)
32/14*6+40-8=44.8 becomes
32 + 14 - 6 * 40 - 8 = -202 which is false

Looks like - was not re-defined.

(PS. I think these are rather silly questions. I don't see the point)

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You saying its silly question so why cant you answer it

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