Show that (a − b) − c is not necessarily equal to a − (b − c).

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Show that (a − b) − c is not necessarily equal to a − (b − c).

for a it would be 24 children.

for b i don't understand the question. is it saying for each individual person they pick 5 reds to 7 greens or is it the whole group. clarify and i hope this can you.

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(3-2)-1=0

3-(2-1)=2

Boom! Done

(A-B)-C = A-B-C

A-(B-C) = A-B+C

You can see, 1rst & 2nd equations are not equal after simplification.

a) 32pie square meters

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