# 42/(-6)*2+3=?

Question asked by: erika2

Asked on: 10 Apr 2009

The answer to: 42/(-6)*2+3=?

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42 divided by -12 + 3 = 0.5

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Replied at: 14 Apr 2009

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Divide 15/35 you'll get 3/7 then it furthur u'll get 0.42 then multiply by 100 u get 42%
and this is your answer

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