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Are you sure it isn’t 8+4-2-3? If it is, then 8+4-(2-3)=13. I don’t think it should be 8÷4-2-3, because:

(8÷4)-(2-3)=2+1=3;

(8÷4-2)-3=-3;

8÷(4-2)-3=1;

8÷(4-(2-3))=8/5;

(8÷4)-2-3=-3;

8÷(4-2-3)=-8.

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