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If m=5, evaluate the expression 22 - m + 13.
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if m = 5, 22 - m + 13 = 30

Step-by-step explanation:

to work with a variable, we can evaluate expressions by "plugging in" the number, which means replacing the letter with the number

So, if our expression is 22 - m + 13,

and m = 5,

our new expression is :

22 - [5] + 13 <note: I put 5 in brackets to show that I was inserting it>

22 - 5 + 13 = 30

so, if m = 5, 22 - m + 13 = 30
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Evaluation

If m=5, evaluate the expression 22 - m + 13.

To determine the answer, simply substitute the value of m to the variable m and simplify.

- 22 - m + 13; m = 5
- 22 - 5 + 13
- 17 + 13
- 30



- 30

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