Math Pre Algerbra
How did the teacher get this answer for this problem?
Okay so heres two questions... first 24/4(2) = 12
and i believe he said he didn't use the (2)
but... when i ask a question about a question like that they use the 2 like this
9*3  2(5) = 17
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