TSI Math: Solving an Equation with Multiple Parentheses

h = j = -16 and k = 2. h(j – k(h – k)) =

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Transcript

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nk represent numbers so all we need to do is

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replace him with the given numbers in the formula right

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here agent jake A quantity thing So we're just gonna

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plug a man We got eyes on a negative sixteen

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quantity negative sixteen months to quantity and sixteen minus two

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We're going to start with the innermost parentheses and just

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kind of work outwards and that gets us a negative

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eighteen there And then we multiply out this negative too

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and they have a team like it's a positive thirty

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six and this gets that was sixteen And then finally

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that gets us Was that negative Sixteen times twenty So

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that's negative three twenty That's it The answer is b

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There was a whole lot of pim das for nothing