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ORDER OF OPERATIONS step 1. first do operations that accur within_____________. step 2. then evaluate_________. step 3. then do_________and_______from left to right. step 4. finally, do______and_______from left to right. here are
asked by alejandra on September 28, 2006 
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because in the previous message about the pemdas it is parenthesis,exponents,multiplication,division,addition,subtraction therefore how that little part that looks like this 12 divided by 2*2 it would be multiplication first then
asked by jasmine20 on February 13, 2007 
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PLEASE HELP ME SOLVE THIS PROBLEM: 4((3x6)/(6x+2))^3 * ((42)/(6x+2))^2 okay, here your going to use PEMDAS. Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction go in order of PEMDAS. does that help?
asked by Confused on February 22, 2007 
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3x(a5)=6 What is the value of a ? 3x(a5)=6 is x multiplication or variable multiplication Multiplication=* Division=/ 3x(a5)=6 3*(a5)=6 (3*a)+(3*5)=6 3a+1515=615 3a=9 3a/3=9/3 a=3 I hope this helps. I am not 100% sure
asked by pinkpolkadots7 on October 11, 2006 
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In the order of operations what operation is completed first? A. addition B. multiplication C. subtraction D. parentheses*** (I think its D because of PEMDAS)
asked by (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧ on February 26, 2019 
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How can you make 34 by only using the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4? You can put two numbers together (ie 12 or 34). You can use the operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, (NO DIVISION!!), exponents, and parentheses any way
asked by Kate on September 29, 2010 
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How can you make 7 by only using the digits 1, 2, 3, and 4? You can put two numbers together (ie 12 or 34). You can use the operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, (NO DIVISION!!), exponents, and parentheses any way you
asked by Kate on September 29, 2010 
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I need some advice with this problem. Simplify as indicated. State at least one property of multiplication or division that would prove your simplification process correct. A. (n+4), to eliminate the parentheses. B. 6(s), to
asked by B.B. on June 29, 2009 
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please help me i need help before tomorrow please help i need help on my homework Post a question and someone will try to help. Be specific about what you don't understand. i need help on greatest common factor What unit would you
asked by Asia on September 5, 2006 
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8*2sq+7*(4+1)= ? Can someone explain to me what to after the parenthesis? I mean in the PEMDAS of operations says that I should multiply. Multiply what and when? By the way the actual problem is a example I got out of my book.
asked by Rindi on August 11, 2007