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Solve the following expresion: 18 — (3 — 6 — 10) =

11

-11

31

-31

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Solve the following expresion: 16 + (8 — 4 — 7) =

13

-13

31

-31

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Solve the following expresion: (+60) : [(—4) · (+5)] =

3

-3

13

-13

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Solve: 20 — 3 · (4 — 6) — 2 · [3 — 4 · (5 — 7)]

4

-2

13

-13

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In the following number: (-8)

^{16}The answer will be positive.

The answer will be negative.

It does not exit

None of the above

- Multiple ChoicePlease save your changes before editing any questions.
In the following number: (-8)

^{17}The answer will be positive.

The answer will be negative.

It does not exit

None of the above

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I have two accounts in the same bank, one with some money in it and the other in red. The sum of the balances is $6, and the difference is $22. What is the balance of each account?

-$8 and $14

-$5 and $147

-$8 and $21

-$8 and -$14

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The sum of two integers is -22, and the sum of their absolute values is 70. What are these numbers?

-$46 and $24

-$5 and $147

-$8 and $21

-$24 and -$46