# Evaluate - order of ops

Evaluate the expression:

32+2[5×(24-6)]-48÷24

Pay attention to the order of operation including integers

Result

x =  210

#### Solution:

$x = 32+2[5\times(24-6)]-48÷24 \ \\ x = 32+2[5\times 18 ]-48÷24 \ \\ x = 32+2-2 \ \\ x = 32+180-2 \ \\ x = 30+180 = 210$

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