7th grade math
posted by keke on .
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.

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
add and subt
i think you should get like 29 or something.... idk i did mental math quickly 
i don't know what the teachers be sayin

try using
Brackets
Exponents
Division
Mulitiplication
Addition
Subtraction
as the order for doing things in the equation 
remember PEMDAS???
Parentheses
Exponents
Multiplication
Division
Addittion
Subtraction 
15x9=21

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

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