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1. Evaluate (–7)
2
. (1 point)
–49
–14
14
49
2. Evaluate 4
3
. (1 point)
12
20
64
81
3. Evaluate 2
4
. (1 point)
8
16
34
64
4. Evaluate using the order of operations: 4
2 + 7 – 2. (1 point)
13
21
32
69
5. Evaluate using the order of operations: 6 • 3
2 + (6 • 0.5). (1 point)
57
39
30
18 I need help

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  1. First, learn to use parentheses and "/" for fractions and "^" for exponents online
    I cannot make out what your problems are.
    Review PEMDAS. I'm guessing that the first one is
    (-7)^2 = (-7)(-7) = 49
    Assuming the same weird typesetting for the last one, I'd go with
    6 • 3^2 + (6 • 0.5)
    = 6 • 9 + (3)
    = 54 + 3
    = 57

    Now give it a shot on the others, and show your work if you get stuck.
    And you can always type in your expressions at google.com or wolframalpha.com to confirm your answers.

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  2. PLEASE HELP

    Evaluate (–7)2.

    A.
    –49
    B.
    –14
    C.
    14
    D.
    49

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  3. 1.D
    2.C
    3.B
    4.B
    5.A
    Hope this helps :)
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  4. Thank yhu hope this helps I got a hundred

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  5. Hope this helps is 100% correct just took it got a 100%!!!! TRUST ME AND HIM!!!!

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  6. Hope this helps is 10000% correct thanks Hope this helps

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  7. Thank you so much @Hope this helps! 100%

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  8. hope is right if you are in conexxus

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  9. Thanks you so much

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  10. 1. 49
    2. 64
    3. 16
    4. 21
    5. 57

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