How do I rewrite (25-(5+3))x2/(6+2^)

I am having a difficult time rewriting t his equation as an excel formula. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

Try this: =(25-(5+3))*2/(6+(2^2))

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MIKE

I would have a difficult time also... What does this mean?

2^

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"Two squared" would be written as 2^2. The caret is the character used to let the reader (or program) know that the next value (or reference to a value) is the exponent to raise the base number by. Without a value following the caret, the formula makes no sense.

AFAIK 2^ has no mathematical meaning.

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