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The value of the expression (57)(8+4)/2(6) is
The answer key says 33.
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(57)(8+4)/2(6)
(2)(4)/2(6)
8/2  (6)
4 + 6
10
or if the whole 2(6) is in the denominator,
(57)(8+4)/(2(6))
(2)(4)/(2+6)
8/8
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I'm not sure how they got 33. Probably there's typo error or something...
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