how to simplify (4•4-3•1-3•3)\[0-(-2)•(-2)

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how to simplify (4•4-3•1-3•3)\[0-(-2)•(-2)

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    2021-09-09T02:11:01+00:00

    (4•4-3•1-3•3)\[0-(-2)•(-2)]

    complete the parenthesis first

    (4•4-3•1-3•3)

    complete the multiply and divided first from left to right

    16 -3-9 =

    then complete the subtraction

    13-9 =4

    now

    [0-(-2)•(-2)]

    complete the parenthesis first

    do the multiplication

    -2*-2

    4

    now subtract

    0-4=-4

    so we have

    -4/4

    Answer: -1

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    2021-09-09T02:11:16+00:00

    Use PEMDAS

    P Parentheses first

    E Exponents (ie Powers and Square Roots, etc.)

    MD Multiplication and Division (left-to-right)

    AS Addition and Subtraction (left-to-right)

    \dfrac{4\cdot4-3\cdot1-3\cdot3}{0-(-2)\cdot(-2)}=\dfrac{16-3-9}{-4}=\dfrac{4}{-4}=-1

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