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First add 2 and 2 in parentheses which gives us 8/2(4). There is no times sign after 2 so we assume that the denominator is 2×4=8, and we end up with 8/8=1.

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If you do left to right for your multiplication and division you get 16.
8/2(2+2) = 8/2(4)= 4(4)=16

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