Complete the following exercise:

$\frac{(5-3)\cdot15+3}{5+6}-\frac{2\cdot8}{3+1}=$

This simple example demonstrates the order of operations, which states that exponentiation precedes multiplication and division, which precede addition and subtraction, and that operations enclosed in parentheses precede all others,

Let's note that when a fraction (every fraction) is involved in a division operation, it means we can relate the numerator and the denominator to the fraction as whole numbers involved in multiplication, in other words, we can rewrite the given fraction and write it in the following form:

$\frac{(5-3)\cdot15+3}{5+6}-\frac{2\cdot8}{3+1}= \\
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\big((5-3)\cdot15+3\big):(5+6)-(2\cdot8):(3+1)$We emphasize this by stating **that fractions involved in the division and in their separate form **, are actually found in multiplication,

**Returning to the original fraction in the problem**, in other words - in the given form, and simplifying, we separate the different fractions involved in the division operations and simplify them according to the order of operations mentioned, and in the given form:

$\frac{(5-3)\cdot15+3}{5+6}-\frac{2\cdot8}{3+1}= \\
\frac{2\cdot15+3}{11}-\frac{2\cdot8}{4}= \\
\frac{30+3}{11}-\frac{16}{4}=\\
\frac{33}{11}-\frac{16}{4}\\$In the first step, we simplified the fraction involved in the division from the left, in other words- we performed the multiplication operation in the division, in contrast, we performed the division operation involved in the fractions, in the next step we simplified the fraction involved in the division from the left and** assumed that multiplication precedes division** we started with the multiplication involved in this fraction and only then calculated the result of the division operation, in contrast, we performed the multiplication involved in the second division from the left,

We continue and simplify the fraction we received in the last step, this is done again **according to the order of operations mentioned**, in other words- we start with the division operation of the fractions **(this is done by inverting the fractions) **and in the next step calculate the result of the subtraction operation:

$\frac{33}{11}-\frac{16}{4}=\\
\frac{\not{33}}{\not{11}}-\frac{\not{16}}{\not{4}}=\\
3-4=\\
-1$ **We conclude** the steps of simplifying the fraction, we found that:

$\frac{(5-3)\cdot15+3}{5+6}-\frac{2\cdot8}{3+1}= \\
\frac{2\cdot15+3}{11}-\frac{2\cdot8}{4}= \\
\frac{33}{11}-\frac{16}{4}=\\
3-4=\\
-1$__Therefore, the correct answer is answer d.__