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I need help solving the equation
{5x[(4+9)-2]+3}/2=

PLEASE DON'T GIVE ME THE ANSWER WITHOUT GIVING ME THE ORDER OF OPERATION.

• 7th grade math - ,

start off with the parenthesis in the middle of the problem and work outwards. first do 4 + 9 then subtract the two then multiply by 5 first and then add three last divide by two

parenthesis always go first then exponents
mult and div

i think you should get like 29 or something.... idk i did mental math quickly

• spanish - ,

i don't know what the teachers be sayin

• 7th grade math - ,

try using

Brackets
Exponents
Division
Mulitiplication
Subtraction

as the order for doing things in the equation

• 7th grade math - ,

remember PEMDAS???

Parentheses
Exponents
Multiplication
Division
Subtraction

• 7th grade math - ,

15x-9=21

• 7th grade math - ,

you should really use this website for good and not for stupid notes like the one from zrdc xshktnpl

• 7th grade math - ,

-35 divided by 5 minus 8 times 3 open parenthesis 5 plus 2 times 7 what is the answer by following the pemdas