Mathematics
Mcbryde641
2015-11-09 17:03:57
Find 2x2 − 2z4 + y2 − x2 + z4 if x = −4, y = 3, and z = 2 can you help me
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parraof88
2015-11-09 23:03:53

Alright, so plugging it in, we get 2(-4)^2=2(2)^4+3^2-(-4)^2+2^4. Use PEMDAS with parenthesis and exponents to then get (2)(16)+9-16+16. Multiplying 1 and 16,  we get 32+41-16+16=73

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