GED Math 5.5 Rational Numbers. Which of the following is not equal to 3 x 5 x 2 x 4?

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right in here your potential answers where you're going Interesting

question All right well so they're a couple of ways

we could go about solving this one One way would

be to just put these four numbers in a different

combinations and see which ones matched the answer Joyce well

yeah so for example three times five fifteen and two

times four is eight Well answer choice See is eight

times fifteen which is equal meaning this can't be the

right answer so we cross that off But really the

simplest most surefire way to do this paappi is to

do the math Well who could have expected we'd have

to do math while solving a math problem Right Shocking

This is our shocked face All right so three times

five fifteen times two is thirty tense for his honor

Twenty well which were answered choices equals one hundred twenty

Well six times twenty yeah eight times fifteen Yeah already

ruled this one out but can't hurt Double check ten

times Twelve yet again Leaving on ly answer a five

times twenty six is the odd man out Oh because

five twenty six hundred fifty which does not equal our

original expression nor a shock point So the answer is

a by the way we were able to diffuse that

whole huffy strike situation we just threw a stick Oh