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Maddymay
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How do I solve 4-4/3•5/4+11/6 ?

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Nanabrown

Using PEMDAS (parentheses exponents multiplication division addition and subtraction) or just order of operation. We'll start off by 4/3 then times by five divided by four then six and you should get .278 then you should end up with the remaining problem 4-.287+11 and you do that problem and get 14.722.

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