According to my understanding of PEMDAS, it should be solved as follows: First, division: 8 / 2 = 4 Second, addition: 4 + 6 = 10 Third, subtraction: 19 - 10. Which should...
According to my understanding of PEMDAS, it should be solved as follows: First, division: 8 / 2 = 4 Second, addition: 4 + 6 = 10 Third, subtraction: 19 - 10. Which should...
I needed help with this cause I couldn't understand it
I got thesee two problems on my homework {4+(43 /4 -7)*2) what hat is the value when a equals three b equals...
am doing a project but its really hard because it needs to be 6 steps i cant think of one i need help
how can you solve this (16/2)2+((12-5)+62 how is this solved 92 (8/4+32)*23
7*17+(266/[17-(7+3)]
What are all the steps to find the answer, because I have to show my work.
Is a parentheses necessary, or not? 15/3-4 or (15/3)-4 This is a link to the worksheet, with the answer key, but I think it's wrong. Aren't the parentheses redundant here...
4(1/4+1/5)+4
If you solve this according to the Order of Operations you would: multiply: 2 * 3 = 6 add: 6 + 10 = 16 subtract: 8 - 16 = -8 What...
You can't use exponents and you have to use all the numbers only once to get 0. You can use parentheses, add, subtract, multiply or divide to get 0 from the following numbers 3,4,5,7,8 you can...
you are given the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4. You have to keep them in that order, but you are allowed to add, subtract, multiply and divide to simplify them. You may also use exponents, parenthesis and...
((8/2^3)^3)^4
I'm in a debate with my brother about the order of operations with this one. Is the answer 1 or -1? Please show your work. Thanks!
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This is a sample worksheet I made for a student studying for their GED. The purpose of this worksheet was to act as a warmup and review...
What is the order of operations?)
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The Order of Operations In algebra, there exists the following fundamental operators: Parentheses, Exponents, Division and Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction. Many algebraic expressions or equations you come across use more than one operator and their solutions will be different depending on the order you carry out the diffrent operations. Keep in mind that all expressions or... read more
When both writing down and reading the algebraic expressions, the binary operation (including addition+, subtraction-, multiply*, divide/, exponential^) follow a conventional order: 0) Parenthesis, including {}, [], () 1) Exponent, multiply and divide 2) Addition and subtraction The ordering is 0)>1)>2). Then there is no ordering within each group, eg multiply... read more
trying to figure out how to work order of operations