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posted by Debbie .
find the value of the expression 3*45 divide 92 (106) 4 divide 2

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Steve
If you mean
3*45/9  2(106)  4/2
that would be
3*5  2(4)  2
= 15  8  2
= 5
If not, use parens to disambiguate
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