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- anonymous

I need help with the order of operations
PEMDAS.
please help!

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- anonymous

I need help with the order of operations
PEMDAS.
please help!

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- anonymous

more specificly, i need to know if Multiplication and Division are to be performed in the same step, as they are found in the problem from left to right.
OR
if multiplication is to be done first THEN division

- anonymous

1) Parenthesis
2) Exponents
3) Multiply
4) Divide
5) Add
6) Subtract

- anonymous

Just go in order of whatever the problem is :)

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- anonymous

so what would the answer be for this problem
\[6\div2(1+2)\]

- anonymous

6/2(1+2)
6/2(3)
3(3)
=9

- anonymous

reason being becasue you solved from left to right doing multiplication and division together, correct?
not multiplication before division in which case you would get 1.
6/2(3)
6/6
1

- anonymous

please excuse my dear and sally ;D

- anonymous

aunt*

- anonymous

but you'll get different answers if you multiplication and division at the same time or multiplication first.

- anonymous

The order of "M" and "D" doesn't matter, PEMDAS could just as easily be PEDMAS. Just go from left to right. Same applies for addition and subtraction

- anonymous

you can easily remember the order as BODMAS
B-Brackets first
O-Orders (ie Powers and Square Roots, etc.)
DM-Division and Multiplication (left-to-right)
AS-Addition and Subtraction (left-to-right)

- anonymous

THANK YOU!

- anonymous

you are welcome

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