Calculate (-3)[-5+3*(-2)]?



Answer:
Assuming that the 3*(-2) is 3 times -2, then it equals -6. the quantity -6 + -5 is -11. -11 times -3 (double negative) is 33. So, 33 is the answer.
33
zero
=(-3)[-5-6]
=(-3)[-11]
=+33
i, e the answer is 33.

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