When x=2 and y=3, which expression has the smallest value? x-y x(y) x+y x/y Question When x=2 and y=3, which expression has the smallest value? x-y x(y) x+y x/y in progress 0 Math Eden 1 week 2021-09-12T13:24:25+00:00 2021-09-12T13:24:25+00:00 2 Answers 0

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x-y=. 2-3=-1

x(y)=. 2(3)=6

x+y= 2+3= 5

x/y= 2/3= 0.66……

Therefore, x-y has the smallest value, that is -1.

Answer:x – y = -1

Step-by-step explanation:The value of the first expression is negative:

2 – 3 = -1

All of the other expressions give positive values, so are larger.

The expression with the smallest value is x-y._____

If x(y) is supposed to mean x^y, the exponentiation operator is needed. Otherwise, it is interpreted as x·y.