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7 plus 7 divided by 7 plus 7 times 7 minus 7 is equal to 50.

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7 plus 7 divided by 7 plus 7 times 7 minus 7 is equal to 50.


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(-63)/(-7) = 9Minus divided by minus is plus: Answer is +9



plus times plus = plus minus times plus = minus plus times minus = minus minus times minus = plus so when you subtract a number it is the same as adding its negative; for example 7 - 4 = 3 7 + (1)(-4) = 3


sixteen minus fourteen times two times four divided by four plus seven 16 - 14 × 2 × 4 ÷ 4 + 7 = (16 - ((14 × 2 )× (4 ÷ 4))) + 7 = (16 - (28 × 1)) + 7 = (16 - 28) + 7 = -12 + 7 = -5.



This needs to be in order of operations first, or else there is a lot of different answers.


4 divided by 2 is 2 - 1 is 1 x 3 is 3 plus 4 is 7



negative 49. This is because a minus multiplied by a plus is a minus.


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500/5 = 100 + 2 - 7 = 95 x 4 = 380


7 + 7 / 7 x 7 - 7 = 7 + 1 x 7 - 7 = 7 + 7 - 7 = 7


A minus and a minus makes a plus A plus and a plus makes a plus A minus and a plus or plus and a minus makes a minus 7 - -2 is a minus and a minus Therefore the answer is 7 + 2 = 9



minus 22 plus minus 7 = minus 29


In the absence of parentheses, perform division and multiplication first. 7/7 = 1 x 7 = 7 That makes it 7 + 7 - 7 = 7



That depends on whether or not 2x is a plus or a minus


If you have negetive 7 and you multiply it by 3 you are just adding negetive 7 three times so it remains negetive


7 + 90 / 9 + 10 + 42 - 7 7 + 10 + 10 + 16 - 7 36


THE ANSWER IS 5 MAN35 divided by 7you gotta know this dude (or dudette)


It's 9z-7. because: you do the 8 times z first (8z) then add the z, (9z), then minus 7. 9z-7



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