5(3) - 9(-2) + 3 - 6(-6)?



Answers:
Step one:

Remember you orders of operations PEMDAS
(Parenthesis Exponents Muiltiplication Division Addition and Subtraction.)

Step Two: Simplify the equation by first multiplying 5(3)

15- 9(-2) + 3- 6(-6)

THen multiply 9(-2)
15-(-18)+3-6(-6)

Now simplify again by multiplying the 6(-6)
15-(-18)+3-(-36)

Lastly add to find your answer.

We know that a negative plus or minus a negative will equal a negative so 15- (-18) is going to be equal to -33
so, now we have:
-33 +3-(-36)
now just complete the addition and or subtraction


Hope this helps.
15+18+3+36= 72.
5(3) = 15
9(-2)=-18
6(-6)=-36
15- -18 +3 - -36
(wheneve you have a negative negative it means the same as a positive number)
15+18+3+36 = 72

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