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if the product of six tenths and three tenths is subtracted from the sum of two tenths and four tenths. what is the difference

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translate it to

( 2/10 + 4/10) - (6/10)(3/10)

and evaluate

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0.2 + 0.4 - (0.6 * 0.3) =

0.6 - 0.18 = 0.42

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.03

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