anonymous
  • anonymous
42 ÷ (5 − 3)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
21
anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the BODMAS rule if u know it
anonymous
  • anonymous
21

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anonymous
  • anonymous
pemdos
anonymous
  • anonymous
21
anonymous
  • anonymous
out of curiousity.. what's BODMAS??? the one i know is PEMDAS.. not insinuating anything
anonymous
  • anonymous
21
anonymous
  • anonymous
@s1421 it's 21 brok .. 42 / 2 = 21
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah ı recognized that
anonymous
  • anonymous
First of all if you have brackets then solve them first. Then multiplication Then division Then addition Then subtraction These are the orders of the operations
anonymous
  • anonymous
PEMDAS Parenthesis - Exponents - Multiplication - Division - Addition - Subtraction 42 ÷ (5 − 3) Solve in parenthesis first. 42 ÷ (2) No exponents. Skip this step. 42 ÷ (2) Skip multiplication. Divide. = x As the others stated, you should get 21 as a final solution.

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