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3-[17-(2+5) times 8 -49]

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  1. IsTim
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    You can use * to represent multiplication.

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    Remember your BEDMAS/PEDMAS rules.

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    Grazes, please don't give the answer.

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    Solve the things in the parenthesis from the inside to out.

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    or BOMDAS @IsTim

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    wait i think it's BODMAS not BOMDAS

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  7. bethany.kavalakatt
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    7 * 8=56 do i do 56 -49 or 17 - 56 ...its left to right?

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    Wait. What's BODMAS?

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    nvm. It can be either Bodmas or bomdas because the multiplication and division are interchangable.

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    @bethany.kavalakatt It can be done either way for addition and subtraction because you get the same result either way. It's just 17-56-49

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    thanks

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