math (urgent )
posted by fizz .
13.8750.1875(56.375)/82 (1/8+27.125/300.875
the answer is 1.1908 but when i calculate use calculator i cant get the answer.we need solve value in the bracket first then multipe by first value or how ? pls

(1/8+27.125/300.875)

This is what you typed:
13.8750.1875(56.375)/82 (1/8+27.125/300.875
I added a bracket at the end, or else they are mismatched.
Followed the order of operation, and got
12.1234035...
The way you wrote it, there is now way to get 1.1908
check how you placed your brackets. 
my answer confirmed by Wolfram
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=13.8750.1875%2856.375%29%2F82+%281%2F8%2B27.125%2F300.875%29+ 
okeyh thanks you i will try
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