anonymous
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Evaluate u + xy, for u = 20, x = 9, and y = 8. A. 188 B. 36 C. 98 D. 224
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anonymous
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20+9*8
anonymous
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Ik its 92 but its not a choice
Hayleymeyer
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well.. then lets see
Anas.P
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consider u+ (x*y) and put values
Hayleymeyer
  • Hayleymeyer
do the multiplication first, then add the rest of it
anonymous
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exactly I agree with Haylemeyer
Hayleymeyer
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someone agrees with me. XD
anonymous
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its still 92
mathstudent55
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mathstudent55
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Two variables next to each other with no operation in between means multiplication.
Hayleymeyer
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you would get a different answer im sure if you do the multiplication first, then adding up the rest.
anonymous
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exactly
Hayleymeyer
  • Hayleymeyer
think of PEMDAS.
anonymous
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U do it and see wat you get i keep gettin g the same
Hayleymeyer
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Perenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Adding, subbtracting :)
mathstudent55
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Now, by the order of operations (remembered by some as PEMDAS), you must do a multiplication before an addition. Multiply the 9 by the 8 first |dw:1440444424575:dw|
Hayleymeyer
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exactly! :)
anonymous
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yep :)
anonymous
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its 92
Hayleymeyer
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hmm..
mathstudent55
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anonymous
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hmm is right are you sure those are answer choices
anonymous
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yeah
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k.
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:)
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anonymous
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18+10*8
Hayleymeyer
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forgot 18...
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* face plam*
anonymous
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lml oops
anonymous
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so 98 LOL
anonymous
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yeahh lol
Hayleymeyer
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exactly
anonymous
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:)
Hayleymeyer
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that was a lot..
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I know
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ok sure @Hayleymeyer
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tag me also K
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ok sure @_greatmath7
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:)
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LOL
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LOL okay.
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lol ok
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