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3 + 7{4 + 3[2-(8 - 43] + 5}×2 = -291

Spelled result in words is minus two hundred ninety-one.

Calculation steps

  1. Subtract: 8 - 4 = 4
  2. Multiple: the result of step No. 1 * 3 = 4 * 3 = 12
  3. Subtract: 2 - the result of step No. 2 = 2 - 12 = -10
  4. Multiple: 3 * the result of step No. 3 = 3 * (-10) = -30
  5. Add: 4 + the result of step No. 4 = 4 + (-30) = 4 - 30 = -26
  6. Add: the result of step No. 5 + 5 = -26 + 5 = -21
  7. Multiple: 7 * the result of step No. 6 = 7 * (-21) = -147
  8. Multiple: the result of step No. 7 * 2 = -147 * 2 = -294
  9. Add: 3 + the result of step No. 8 = 3 + (-294) = 3 - 294 = -291
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