Math
posted by Ashley .
Hi again...
5(93)+5x46=
5x6=30 +5=35x4=1406=134
is this how it is supposed to be done???
Is this the correct method? Did I get the correct answer?

look at my new post bleow i explaned there i see were i told u wrong my bad

5(93)+5*46=
4515+5*46=
4515+206=
30+206=
506=
44
I couldn't tell what you were trying to do, so I just solved it on my own. Is this sort of what you were going for? 
Are there other parentheses? First combine within the parentheses, as you did with the first one. However, without other parentheses for example, it is impossible to tell if the 5x4 should be mulitplied before subtracting 6 or 5 should be multiplied after subtracting the 6 and getting 2.
In other words, without more information, I am not sure what you should do either.
I hope this helps. If not, repost with more information. Thanks for asking. 
That worked fine Emily because of the distributive property when you multiply:
5 (9  3) = 5*9  5*3
= 45  13
= 30
BUT order of operations really says do the inside parens first:
5 (9  3) = 5 (6)
= 30 
Oh yeah (oops!), so I figured the phrase Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (parentheses, exponents, multiplication and division, and then addition and subtraction) the multiplication/division/addition/subtraction is done from right to left. I hope this solves the problem, PsyDAG.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

derivative
I am finding the second derivative of (x^2)(y^3) = 1 2x(y^3) + (x^2)(y')(3y^2) = 0 And I simplified the answer to y'= (2y)/(3x) so it would be... [(2y')(3x)(2y)(3)]/(9x^2) and it's simplified to (6xy'+6y)/(9x^2)= y'' I could plug … 
Math
2x(5*23) > x(35)2(x1) the answer I have got is x > 2/18. Can someone please tell me if this is the correct answer? 
Maths integration
Please help! These 2 questions are very similar, and i tried to do completing square method, but i cant get the correct answer! I'm trying to get the dy/dx to be a complete square thingy to show that the value is always greater or … 
math
Please help me I'm stuck on this one: (5x4)2=12+ I'll try (5x4) 202=12+ answer 18 or (5x4) 202=18 12+18=30 Really I don't think either is right 
Algebra
Hi this question was already asked but there is still no correct answer. I can't seem to solve this for x correctly...I got 128 over 55 as an answer which can't be correct. Please help me find the correct answer! Thanks The equation … 
Math
5x6=5x4+5xb 
Algebra 2 Honors
I have a question on my math homework. The problem is: Suppose r varies jointly as s and t. If s = 20 when r = 140 and t = 5, find s when r = 7 and t = 2.5. I used r = kst. I plug in and get 140 = k(20)(5). I then multiply and get … 
Math
I have the following chart that I am supposed to find the percent increase in one step, not using a two step method. 10.5 12.5 14.9 17.7 21.1 25.1 When I do this (and round) I get about 19% increase for each one. (we are supposed to … 
Math
I have the following chart that I am supposed to find the percent increase in one step. The directions specifically say not to use a two step method. 10.5 12.5 14.9 17.7 21.1 25.1 So I divide 12.5 by 10.5, 14.9 by 12.5, etc. When I … 
Math
I have the following chart that I am supposed to find the percent increase in one step. The directions specifically say not to use a two step method. 10.5 12.5 14.9 17.7 21.1 25.1 So I divide 12.5 by 10.5, 14.9 by 12.5, etc. When I …