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Q: In a math problem does than mean to multiply or add?

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More than or equal to.

it mean more than something so ading

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It is something you use in math to answer questions that have more than one operation and more than two parts of a problem(ex.2+7 you can't use the order of operations for,(5/8)6+7,you can use this though).The way to remember the order is PEMDAS(parenthesis,exponents,multiply,divide,add,subtract)But go left to right when you do multiply/divide and add/subtract

It's boolean. 1 AND 1 gives 1, 1 AND 0 gives 0.

* this math problem should not be here but ill answer it anyway the aswer to this math problem is 2268 you should look at a caculator its faster than doing .

obtuse mean greater than 90

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