Do (multiplication/division) before you do (addition/subtraction).
It depends whether it is a subtraction, mulitplication, addition, or division problem.
Multiplication is successive Addition Division is successive subtraction
Subtraction is used to check addition.
Solving this equation for x actually requires subtraction and division rather than addition and division.
I assume you mean the 'Order of Operations' which are: 1 Brackets 2 Exponents (Powers and Roots) 3 Multiplication and Division 4 Addition and Subtraction Therefore, division will be done before addition.
nope. Multiplication is a form of addition. Division is a form of subtraction.
to ensure and re-check your work you use the opposite signs (addition & subtractions, multiplication & division) e.g. __= blank 10+ _ = 12 _=2 to check: you take the answer (in this case 12) and subtract (because its the opposite of addition) by the blank you filled in (2 in this case. therefore, 12-2=10 so we know its correct :-)
It indicates Division