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Q: find the value of 21+4(32-5)
A: 21 + 4 * (32 - 5) = 21 + 4 (27) = 21 + 108; = 129
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21 + 4 * (32 - 5)

= 21 + 4 (27)

= 21 + 108;

= 129
Added 4/27/2015 4:08:18 AM
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