How do you Compute this Equation

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The parentheses can be removed because there is only a single number inside, so we simply have:

-200-53+126-66 and these operations have equal priority so the order does not matter (but keep the sign of the number with the number): 126-66-53-200 gives the same result, which is -193.

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