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5 x (84) ÷ 4  2
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Answer to a math question 5 x (84) ÷ 4  2
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Solution:
1. Evaluate the expression inside the parentheses:

8  4 = 4
2. Multiply the result by 5:

5 \times 4 = 20
3. Divide the result by 4:

20 \div 4 = 5
4. Subtract 2 from the result:

5  2 = 3
5. The final answer is:

3
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