Math

2.Which of the following is equal to )?
A.6x2x(0x4)
B.0/9+(6-0)
C.20/20-0x3
D.5+6+(4+0)
A

3.Julia went to Game Mart and purchased 5 used video games that were all the same price, and 6 memory cards that were $6 each. Her total purchase was $51. What was the cost of each video game?
$3

6.Prime factorization of 550?
2x5x5x11
or
2x5^2x11

7.Value of this expression
12-6x2/4+1
10

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asked by Jerald
  1. #2: question incomplete, cannot check.
    #3: correct
    You can check: $3*5+$6*6=15+36=$51
    #6: correct
    Check by multiplication 2*5*5*11=550
    #7: correct
    12-6x2/4+1=12-3+1=10

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  2. Number 2 I meant which of the following is equal to 0

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  3. #2 is correct.

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