Donald Johnson

2021-12-27

Evaluate .

Archie Jones

Given:
$e-\frac{1}{2}f$ (1)
$e=15,f=2$
substitute the values of e and f in equation (1)
we have
$15-\frac{1}{2}\left(2\right)$
$15-1$
14
Therefore $e-\frac{1}{2}f=14$

accimaroyalde

You enter the number for each letter into the equation when evaluating an expression.
$15-\frac{1}{2}\left(2\right)$ Now use order of operations to simplify
$15-1=14$

user_27qwe

Your answer should be $15\left\{15-1/2\left(2\right)=14\right\}$

Nick Camelot

Result:
$14$
Solution:
Substituting $e=15$ and $f=2$ into the expression, we have:
$15-\frac{1}{2}·2$
Now, let's simplify the expression.
The multiplication should be performed first:
$15-1$
Now, subtract 1 from 15:
$14$
Therefore, the value of $e-\frac{1}{2}f$ when $e=15$ and $f=2$ is 14.

Mr Solver

To solve the expression $e-\frac{1}{2}f$ with $e=15$ and $f=2$, we substitute the given values into the expression:
$e-\frac{1}{2}f=15-\frac{1}{2}·2$
Next, we simplify the expression:
$=15-\frac{1}{2}·2=15-1=14$
Therefore, when $e=15$ and $f=2$, the value of $e-\frac{1}{2}f$ is 14.

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