# How do you solve 4^{2}(5)+3(11)?

Jun 15, 2018

$113$

#### Explanation:

Let's simplify ${4}^{2}$ first to get

$16 \left(5\right) + 3 \left(11\right)$

Multiplying this out, we get

$80 + 33 = \textcolor{p u r p \le}{113}$

Hope this helps!

$113$

#### Explanation:

First, do ${4}^{2}$. You should get $16$.
Here is the expression now:

$16 \cdot 5 + 3 \cdot 11$

Do the multiplication first and get:

$80 + 33$

The answer is $113$.