Directions: Use the operation symbols (+, -, x, and ÷) to make the equation true. Operations may be used more than once.

### Hint

### Hint

What is a value for the left side of the equation? What is a value for the right side of the equation?

### Answer

### Answer

There are many possibilities, here is one

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 +4)

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 +4)

Source: Joshua Nelson

My class got 2 x (3 + 7 + 9) = (1 + 5) + (8 x 4)

2+(3×7=9)=(1-5)/(8×4)

2x(3/7-9)=(1+5)x(8/4)

2-(3x7x9)=(1-5)-(8/4)

2/(3-7/9)=(1×5)98-4)

2x(3+7+9)=(1-5)(8×4)

2×(3×7+9)=(1×5)×(8+4)

2 x (3 + 7 + 9)=(1 + 5) + (8 x 4)

I got 2 times (3 times 7 + 9)=( 1 times 5)times ( 8+4)

2- (3X7-9)=(1X5)X(8+4)

2x (3+7+9)=(1-5)(8×4)

2x (3+7+9)=(1-5)(8×4)

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 +4)

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 + 4)

2 X (3×7+9)=(1×5)x(8+4)

I kinda do but don’t you put what you think goes were and you pute them there

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 +4) Is the one that I got.

i don understand the equation

I got 2×(3×7+9)=(1-5)×(8+1)

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 +4)

I got 2 +(3-7+9)=(1×5)+(8/4) Answer 7.

2x(3×7+9)=(1×5)x(8+4)

2x(3×7+9)=(1×5)x(8+$

2x(3×7+9)=(1×5)x(8=4

2x(3=7=9)=(1×5)x(8=4)

2x(3×7+9) = (1×5)x(8+4)

2 x (3 x 7 + 9) = (1 x 5) x (8 +4)