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How do you solve the problem : If a baseball team has 5 pitchers and 3 catchers, how many different pitcher-catcher combinations can be used?

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HOw would I solve this word problem? Jared has 12 jars of grape jam, 16 jars of strawberry jam, and 24 jars of raspberry jam. He wants to place the jam into the greatest possible number of boxes so that each box has the same number of jars of each kind of jam. How many boxes does he need?

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how do you evaluate expressions 3+4-6+2×35=

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How do I evaluate the expression ;

2.3^2+[(9*0.4)+(3*0.8)]*12

HELP!!

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8+2(9-3)-2x3

what do I do with the number in parentheses. 9 minus 3 =6, but what do I do with the 6?

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Okay here is how it goes u have to create 30 way to find the answer only using the number 1,2,3,4 using p.e.m.d.a.s for ex:

1. (4-3) divide (2-1) = 1 so say ur doing number one ur answer has to be one

ex:

2. (3x2)1-4=2

also u can use a number as a exponent

and the numbers 1,2,3,4 can not be repeated more than once in the problem ex:

13.4

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