I get either -713 if I do the multiplication first OR I get 288 if I do the multiplication after the subtraction. I believe 288 is the correct answer, however, it doesn't follow the PEMDAS (left...
I get either -713 if I do the multiplication first OR I get 288 if I do the multiplication after the subtraction. I believe 288 is the correct answer, however, it doesn't follow the PEMDAS (left...
I need the answe I can't figure it out
Order of Operations and Evaluating Expressions.
the number 8 can only and must be used 4 times. I'm trying to get an answer of 2 for one problem and 5 for the other
I followed PEMDAS but I didn't do the parenthesis first because I thought those parenthesis were just to signify multiplication. So I got: 6^2/2(3)+4 36/2(3)+4 18(3)+4 54+4 =58 but...
What is the answer to 6/2(1+2)? My answer was 1 but many others say the answer is 9. Which is it? I thought it would be: 6/2(1+2)=? 6/2(3)=? 6/6=? 1=?
how do I evaluate this expression using order of operations
Using 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 what is the order of operations to get target answer number 7?
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!
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
What are all the steps to find the answer, because I have to show my work.
I got thesee two problems on my homework {4+(43 /4 -7)*2) what hat is the value when a equals three b equals...
how can you solve this (16/2)2+((12-5)+62 how is this solved 92 (8/4+32)*23
am doing a project but its really hard because it needs to be 6 steps i cant think of one i need help
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...
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...
7*17+(266/[17-(7+3)]
4(1/4+1/5)+4
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...