   Chapter 0.1, Problem 6E

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

Calculate each expression in Exercises 1–24, giving the answer as a whole number or a fraction in lowest terms. 12 − ( 1 − 4 ) 2 ( 5 − 1 ) ⋅ 2 − 1

To determine

To calculate: The value of 12(14)2(51)21 in the form of whole number or a fraction in the lowest form.

Explanation

Given Information:

The given expression is 12(14)2(51)21.

Formula used:

Standard Order of Operations-First, simplify the values within the parentheses, starting from innermost parentheses. To calculate the fraction, simplify the numerator and denominator separately and then do the division.

Calculation:

Consider the expression, 12(14)2(51)21.

Now solve the values within the parentheses,

12(14)2(51)21=12(3)2

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