# hurry bedtime

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(100-7•2+3)÷10

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8.9

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Remember pemdas

(100-7*2+3)÷10

7*2=14
100-10=86
86+5=91
91/10
9.1
pemdas--add to subtract left to right unless subtract is in front of the addition

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(100-7•2+3)÷10
= (100 - 14 + 3)÷10
= 89/10
= 8.9

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