A few days ago
nikkiin00s

how to solve this -(25×19-6)=?

how to solve this -(25×19-6)=?

A few days ago
Anonymous

– (25 x 19 – 6)

= – (475 – 6)

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MULTIPLICATION is the first order of operation. Do the multiplcation or division before you add or subtract except when parentheses alter the order; then you do what’s in the parentheses first.

If you decide to DISTRIBUTE the minus sign into the parenthesis first you only need one for the first term since the 25 and 19 are multiplied and then the – 6 will become + 6.

-(25 x 19 – 6)

= -(25 x 19) + 6

= – 475 + 6

= – 469 You get the same ANSWER

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A few days ago
Anonymous
481. First because there are parathases we take into account the negative. That makes 25 and 19 negative. -25*-19=475. It is positive because two negative numbers equals a positive number when multiplied. because we have a -6 it is changed to 6 because of the – outside the parathases. So we add 6 to 475 and get 481.
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A few days ago
SJM60
multiply 25 X 19 = 475

then subtract 6 = 469

then take negative = -469

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A few days ago
oldteacher
First, multiply. Then subtract. Then take the opposite of the answer.
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