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Answer #1 | 30/01 2011 10:35
Nothing
Answer #2 | 30/01 2011 10:37
Just go from left to right. 4 plus negative 3 equals 1. Now you have 1-(-5). When you subtract from a negative number, you get a positive answer. 1 minus negative 5 is 6. 6 is your answer.
Answer #3 | 30/01 2011 10:35
what, are you in the 5TH GRADE???!!!
Answer #4 | 30/01 2011 10:50
You are in the dining section of YA
Answer #5 | 30/01 2011 11:40
the parentheses just help the problem look cleaner when using negatives. the answer is 6. because 4 +(-3) = 1 then 1-(-5) is 6 *remember double negative means plus plus negative means minus
Answer #6 | 01/02 2011 07:48
well holl, 1st, do 4-3+5, parentheses separate operation 2nd, go from left to right, and solve 4-3 3rd, add 5 to that, which equals 6
Answer #7 | 31/01 2011 02:05
i might be wrong since it been a long time but is it ( -4) you take the (-5) and - (-3) so that is = (-8) the add + 4 it will be = (-4) or you can also see it as (-5) -(-3) = (-2) +4 = 2 sorry is i wasnt much help good luck

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