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Solve the following:
\(39 \div (3+10)-3 \times 7\) = ______.

A -18

Solve by using the order of operations. It’s easy to do if you remember the acronym PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction).
\(39 \div (3+10)-3 \times 7\)
= \(39 \div 13-3 \times 7\)
\( = 39 \div 13-21 = 3-21 = -18\)

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