7th grade math
posted by Diana .
How do you arrange the numbers 2 4 5 and 6 ans insert the symbols "" and "x" in a way that u follow PEMDAS/ order of operations to get the answer 8

pamdas????? we do please excuse my dear aunt sally

4x56x2
2012
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