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...

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...

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

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.

Would it be -1 or -3?

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

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

During a Science lab, Shawn uses a microscope to view bacteria. The bacteria are first magnified 103 times. This image is then magnified 104 times. How many times as large as the actual bacteria does...

if you amd your three friends order a pizza 4 loaves of bread and a drink you split the cost evenly what order of operations do you use to find out how much every person should pay

if you amd your three friends order a pizza 4 loaves of bread and a drink you split the cost evenly what order of operations do you use to find out how much every person should pay

order of operations

Need to add parentheses to make number sentence correct

if you amd your three friends order a pizza 4 loaves of bread and a drink you split the cost evenly what order of operations do you use to find out how much every person should pay

How do you make 29 with the numbers listed bellow

Im trying to figure out which operations need to be added to make 6 6 6 6=8 using PEMDAS

(9/3/2)/9x6

Does it have the same answer? I dont think so but im not really sure

(3+7)(6-3)2

How do I get the answer 15 from the numbers 3, 7, 12, 2 order of operations