Selena2345
Fill in the missing number
(8x3) + (1 Missing Number ) x 4 =8



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calculusfunctions
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I assume you know the order of operations?

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Let x represent the missing number. Now if you know BEDMAS (order of operations) then you should be able to solve the problem.

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@Mubi please do not end up giving her the answer. We need to teach not simply hand out solutions.

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Its called PEMDAS Not BEMDAS CALCUS

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It's the same thing!

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okay

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P stands for parentheses and B stands for brackets. Same thing!

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@Mubi I thought I said NO SOLUTIONS!

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Sorry I saw your message late I deleted it though

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where is your work mubi

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Vanished, sorry I can't break the rules

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But if u make the missing no 'x' and then u can solve for it

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@Mubi It's alright! Always teach the students how to arrive at the answer themselves. Don't just give out solutions!

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I'm a student myself, it's my first day here, but I know what to do now. Sorry again.

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@Mubi, that's right. Make the missing number x, which is what I said at the beginning.

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Thank you @Mubi

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@Selena2345, so do you know what to do?

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yeah

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So can you show me your solution so that I may check to see if you did it correctly and that you have a proper understanding?