Simplify this expression: 13 + (–12) – (–5) = ? A. –30 B. 30 C. –6 D. 6
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User: Simplify this expression: 13 + (–12) – (–5) = ? A. –30 B. 30 C. –6 D. 6

Weegy: 13 + ( 12) ? ( 5) = 13-12+5=6 So, the answer is 6.

User: Simplify 4 + ( 3) 2 × ( 6) A. 11 B. 13 C. 12 D. 10

Weegy: 4 + (-3) - 2 x (-6)
= 4 - 3 + 12
= 1 + 12
= 13

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