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how do i show my work for, 5+10/(1*(8+6)-4=6
ya i know the answer but i wanna know how to show my work.

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    your brackets do not match up
    5+10/(1*(8+6)-4

    I will guess you meant
    5+10/(1*(8+6)-4)
    then
    = 5+10/(1*(14)-4)
    = 5+10/((14)-4)
    = 5+10/(10)
    = 5+1
    = 6

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