17 August, 11:52
Solve 48-[ (7+5) •3]/4+2•11
17 August, 12:14
A=48-[ (7+5) * 3]/4+2*11
A=48 - (12*3) / 4+22
17 August, 12:22
I suggest using Mathpapa it literally gives you the answer in two seconds plus, it's an algebra calculator. Not that, that is algebra but it solves the same thing
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