# math

-4+[3-10]

Just use BEDMAS...bracket, exponent, division and multiplication, addition and subtraction.

-4+[3-10]

Since 3-10 is in the brackets, you do that first and get -4, so you have -4 + (-4), and your final answer is -8.

Raj must have made a typo.

3-10 = -7, giving you a -11 as a final answer.

I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

3 the answer is 3!

what is +49 -(-24)

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