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3-85.

Write at least three expressions that use each of the numbers $2$, $3$, $6$, and $8$ only once and any operations and grouping symbols (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and parentheses). Each expression should have a different value, with one being equal to $28$.

One expression that is equal to $28$ follows the following format:
$(?)(?)\ +\ ?\ -\ ?=28$
Each ? represents one of the four given numbers.

Use the above expression as an example for constructing the remaining two
expressions. Remember, each expression needs to have a different value!