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For all a and b, define a#b to be −(a + b)^2. What is the value of (2#

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For all a and b, define a#b to be −\(\sqrt{(a + b)^2}\) . What is the value of (2#3)(0#1) ?

(A) -2
(B) 0
(C) 5
(D) 6
(E) 9

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For all a and b, define a#b to be −\(\sqrt{(a + b)^2}\) . What is the value of (2#3)(0#1) ?

(A) -2
(B) 0
(C) 5
(D) 6
(E) 9

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given .; −\(\sqrt{(a + b)^2}\)
so value of (2#3)(0#1); -√(2+3)^2 and -√(0+1)^2
-5*-1 ; 5
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