Do you follow pemdas with this equation even though it doesn't have parentheses or brackets?

Do you follow pemdas with this equation even though it doesn't have parentheses or brackets?

Please help

I am 74 and don’t remember ever hearing PEMDAS. We did long division and worked all our problems from the top down. My roommate is 37 and we are having quite a debate about these math problems on...

Is it 16 or 1 for the answer I'm soooooooooo confused

I got down the multiplication, i just can't figure out what 216 divided by 48 is. One answer was 4.14 but I didn't think it was right and another answer was 4.20 and it didn't feel right again so...

i need to know what the question would look like with it in pemdas form

Where do parenthesea go to make the answer equal 41 24-4x3-5

The 6 is an exponet

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....

Help me solve an argument How would you solve this problem?

Is the final answer twenty? I think i did the order correctly and that is my answer

[ 3(-5)+5(-2)] [-2(4)-5(-3)]

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...

I am looking for a list of numbers that can be made into 24 using PeMDAS. Some examples are 2,4,5,5 that form 2(5+5)+4=24. I found it once on the internet but can't seem to find...

order of operations

When I Use Order Of Operations (PEMDAS) I Get The Answer -17... Someone Else Got -13.. I Believe I Am Correct, I Just Want To Know...

I just want to know if 2 and 3 should be multiplied since 3 is in parenthesis..... a few people I know believe that just because 3 is in parenthesis that it doesn't apply to the PEMDAS rule. Please...

What's the answer? I think its 2

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...

my group and I are having a hard time with the PEMDAS problem 20/2(5+5) half of us say its 100 but the other half is saying 1.

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