12 / 6 * 14 + 4

12 / 6 * 14 + 4

for this problem, I need help with getting a problem that will get me 22. You can use the numbers 2-8, but no repeating them. You can still use exponents though, still applying to the same rules....

3 x2+5xy+y2 When x=2 y=5

i just need help getting the answer to this order of operations question.

I am confused about what ORDER is used to determine the answer. I thought it was: do what is in parentheses, then either add/subtract from left to right. My granddaughter states after...

(3+7)(6-3)2

I need help on this question I been stuck on it

the order of operations says to solve what is within the parenthesis first but the rules of exponents says we would handle the outside exponent (6) first.

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

This question is in our third grade math book. If you use order of operations, the problem is impossible for a third grader to answer. Don't you have to do multiplication, then division...

I'm faced with adding parentheses to find the solution. However, the solution that I came up with was incorrect. Using PEMDAS, I placed the parentheses around 2 x 2, making the equation: 9 + 12...

1+1+1+1+1 1+1+1+1+1 1+1x0+1 = ?

12-2×5=r

The product of negative 5 and negative 4 increased by 3

order of operations

I need to use order of operations using () + - decision and multiplying using 3 7 12 2=51

ab+c a=4 b=8 c=2

if there is no brackets at all the expression is as follow 4+3*2 that means what would be the answer

need answer with complete clarity answer is 14 or 10

Here's the problem.. Using these numbers in this order need the equation to get the following answers.. Example 3•7-12+2=11.... Using 3 7 12 2 in that order place the signs to get these followI...

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