Q. 174.5( 4 Votes )

# (–25) × [6 + 4] is not same as

A. (–25) × 10

B. (–25) × 6 + (–25) × 4

C. (–25) × 6 × 4

D. –250

Answer :

Given, -25× [6 + 4] = -250

⇒ Option A i.e (-25) × 10 = -250 is same as 25× [6 + 4]

⇒ Option B i.e (-25) × 6 + (-25) × 4 = -250 is same as 25× [6 + 4]

**⇒** **Option C** is not same as -25× [6 + 4] . Since, - 25× 6× 4 = -600

⇒ Option B i.e -250 is same as (-25) × 10

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