# can u find the correct answer? 2[2{3-6(4x5)2}7+6]

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can u find the correct answer? 2[2{3-6(4x5)2}7+6]
posted May 16, 2017

-6624
it is not common practice in mathematics to place numbers after braces in the manner 2 and 7 have been placed. In case they refer to multiplication of solutions within braces, the answer comes to -6624. In case 2 and 7 are exponents the answer would be different.

2[2{3-6(4*5)2}7+6]
=2[2{-12*20}7+6]
=2[2{3-240}7+6]
=2[14{-237}+6]
=2[-3318+6]
=2[-3312]
=-6624

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