# Evaluate the following expression. 1 divided by 4/2 plus 2 times 2 Enter your answer in simplest form.

Evaluate the following expression. 1 divided by 4/2 plus 2 times 2 Enter your answer in simplest form.

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1. blackjack73 says:

D

Step-by-step explanation:

3$\sqrt{2}$ + 2$\sqrt{3}$

is in simplest form and cannot be simplified further

2. trinidadevelyn says:

3 times the square root of 2 +2 times the square root of 3 =3sqrt2+2sqrt3
from above options D is right answer as it can not be simplified
hope this helps

3. echavarrianoah says:

4. journeyburks07 says:

I got 6 as my answer

5. royalkk says:

Option 'D' is correct.

Step-by-step explanation:

Since we have given that

$3\sqrt{2}+2\sqrt{3}$

We need to simplify the above expression.

In addition and subtraction, there is a rule of adding or subtracting of like terms is possible only.

But, here, √2 ad √3 are unlike term.

so, we cannot simplified it.

Hence, Option 'D' is correct.

6. kenzieeee96 says:

1/2 + 2 * 2

0.5 + 2 = 2.5

2.5 * 2 = 5

7. anymouse110 says:

Step-by-step explanation:

Your equation is: $4*x^{2} +2 * y^{4}$

You also know that x = -3 and y = 2. You can rewrite the equation by substituting x and y with their actual values:

$4*(-3)^{2} +2 * 2^{4}$

First, you want to do the exponentiation (meaning you want to calculate $(-3)^{2}$ and $2^{4}$ parts). $(-3)^{2}$ equals 9 and $2^{4}$ equals 16.

So the equation now is:

$4*9+2*16$

Now you want to do multiplication. $4*9$ equals 36 and $2*16$ equals 32. So you're left with:

$36+32$

Which equals 68.

8. ella3714 says:

4 million

Step-by-step explanation:

9. kimhayleeshook50 says:

10. lnelson9127 says:
3*$\sqrt{2}$ + 2 * $\sqrt{3}$