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Then, complete all remaining multiplication in both the numerator and denominator.

After that, you will subtract those computations from 3375 in the numerator and from 13,855 in the denominator.

Then divide the numerator by the denominator.

thanks for the guide, it was a multiplication logic issue ,thanks again

Then, complete all remaining multiplication in both the numerator and denominator.

After that, you will subtract those computations from 3375 in the numerator and from 13,855 in the denominator.

Then divide the numerator by the denominator.

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Look at this calculation.Hi everyone , i am a low performing student i need help regarding this mathematical operations , how to Arrange mathematical operation using the calculator

iam unable to get the answer 0.2438

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how to do it step by step ?

Notice how I grouped the numerator and the denominator.

I carefully grouped the values being subtracted.

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If you are simply using aHi everyone , i am a low performing student i need help regarding this mathematical operations , how to Arrange mathematical operation using the calculator

iam unable to get the answer 0.2438

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how to do it step by step ?

thanks

On a typical calculator, you would enter this:

\(\displaystyle (3375-7\times 38.71\times 9.43)\div(13855-7\times (38.71)^2)\)

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