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how to find what 2*3(2+9)=

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  1. ilikequadraticsokay
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    PEMDAS

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    Order of operations PEMDAS

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    First add what is inside of the parentheses can you tell me what that is?

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  4. ilikequadraticsokay
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    Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction

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    add 2 to 9 multiply 2 by 3 multiply your two answers

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    You can pretty much multiply an way you want after simplifying the parentheses it really doesn't matter just fyi :D

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    did you try it? please - parentheses excuse - exponents my - multiply dear - divide aunt - add sam's - subtract answer - answer

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