# How do you simplify #20-3*-70/11#?

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To simplify ( 20 - 3 \times \left( - \frac{70}{11} \right) ), follow the order of operations (PEMDAS/BODMAS):

Step 1: Solve the multiplication inside the parentheses: ( -3 \times \left( - \frac{70}{11} \right) = \frac{210}{11} ) Step 2: Subtract the result from 20: ( 20 - \frac{210}{11} = \frac{220}{11} - \frac{210}{11} = \frac{10}{11} )

So, ( 20 - 3 \times \left( - \frac{70}{11} \right) ) simplifies to ( \frac{10}{11} ).

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