Tara C.

asked • 12/22/12# I've got to use the order of operations using these numbers 7,13, and 17

We are doing order of operations for school

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Daniel O. answered • 12/26/12

Math and Physics Tutor, with a math and physics degree

Another example:

(17 - 7)*13 = 10*13 =

or:

(17-13)*4 = 4*4 =

Kevin M. answered • 12/22/12

Kevin M. - 15 yr. Expert SAT/ACT

7*7-13+17=
49-30=19
Try to use parenthesis to separate the problem into its operational parts.
(7*7)-(13+17)=
sorry but don't quite know how to do it with ONLY those numbers used once.(is that what you need??)

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Kevin M.

Do you need to use ony those numbers only once???

12/22/12