# How do you solve 2800 ( 1+ .03\times 4)?

How do you solve 2800 ( 1+ .03\times 4)?

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#### Explanation:

Following the rules for order of operation, first, multiply the two terms within the parenthesis:

$2800 \left(1 + \left(\textcolor{red}{.03 \times 4}\right)\right) = 2800 \left(1 + 0.12\right)$

Next, add the two terms within the parenthesis:

$2800 \left(\textcolor{red}{1 + 0.12}\right) = 2800 \times 1.12$

Now, multiply the two remaining terms:

$\textcolor{red}{2800 \times 1.12} = 3136$

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