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 By: Behlul (offline)  Thursday, May 23 2013 @ 04:21 AM CDT (Read 726 times)
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Nanyang 2012 Question 9:
Simplify the following algebraic equation:

4h + 3 x 12 + (12h + 3h) / 5h

Can someone please explain how this is to be solved.

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 By: Kusuma (offline)  Thursday, May 23 2013 @ 09:09 AM CDT
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4h+3x12+(12h+3h)/5h

If you follow bodmas its easy. First you solve the problem in brackets as BODMAS stands for Brackets, Operation,Division, Multiplication,Addition and Subtraction.
(12h+3h)/5h
15h/5h=3
so the expression= 4h+3x12+3, then we do multiplication= 4h+36+3. Then we add, 4h+39 .
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