hello do you use PEMDAS for every equation such as 40 + 40 X 0 + 1= ? or do you only use PEMDAS if the equation is 40 + (40x0) +1 = ...

hello do you use PEMDAS for every equation such as 40 + 40 X 0 + 1= ? or do you only use PEMDAS if the equation is 40 + (40x0) +1 = ...

How do I do it?

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...

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

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....

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

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

The 6 is an exponet

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

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...

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

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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 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...

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...

Going back and forth with someone about PEMDAS