This is PEMDAS the Order of Operations not just adding and subtracting.

This is PEMDAS the Order of Operations not just adding and subtracting.

Order of operations

I don’t mean the types of grouping symbols. What I don’t understand is how far are parentheses the most important? I know that they go first, but is that only for actual problems...

Would it be -1 or -3?

1/3x^2

52 + 2(8) ÷ 2(2) + 3(3)

Using 6 to 8 steps also using all 4 operations and parentheses

10_10_10_10=4. Can only use +-*/ and ()

What equals 9 in order of operations

I do not remember this term - "order of operations" - and I'm a senior. When did this come into common usage?

Sam bought 7 bags of chips for $.89 each and 2 liters of pop for $1.19 each. How much did she spend?

Problem: Answer:

Order of operations to equal 25 Using numbers 8,5,4,8,3

Plz work

the picture is a hexagon with the sides of 8,5,5,8,5,5

Since you don't have parenthesis around the second xy do you do the division first because writing xy like that just means multiply? The book is showing that you multiply the xy first then divide...

I break it down as follows. In bracket stuff first. becomes 6 ÷ 2(3) = 6 ÷ 6 =1 Others use the following method. In bracket stuff first. becomes 6 ÷ 2(3) then division 3(3) then multiplication...

You can add exponents and/or negative signs at will.

Joseph drew a hexagon on a 3-inch square piece of paper. He cut four identical right triangles from the four corners of the paper. The height of each triangle is 1/2 the length of the paper. The base...

1 - 34 divide (3 X 8 - 7) - 2 X 3

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...