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find the value of the expression 3*45 divide 9-2 (10-6) -4 divide 2

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If you mean

3*45/9 - 2(10-6) - 4/2

that would be

3*5 - 2(4) - 2
= 15 - 8 - 2
= 5

If not, use parens to disambiguate

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