In order to override a veto, it needs two-thirds vote of each house.
It means that the calculator can follow the order of operations and do the order of operations for you but, you need to know how to do them on your own too.
If you put in parentheses, you can change the order of operations in many cases, as parentheses come before everything in the order of operations.
The parenthesis is the primary way to override the order of operations in Excel, just like in standard mathematical notation. The following formula uses the default order of operations: = 10*3+10/2/5 It is equivalent to: = ( 10*3 ) + ( ( 10/2 ) /5 ) And results in the value 31. To change the order of operations, place the parenthesis elsewhere, such as: = 10* ( 3+10/2 ) /5 Which is equivalent to: = ( 10* ( 3+ ( 10/2 ) ) ) /5 And results in the value 16. Spaces in the formulas are optional and are used for readability.
A 2/3 vote is required to override a president's veto.
In a standard calculation it would be the exponent, also known as the power of. However, the use of brackets can change the order of operations and so sometimes another operation could be done first. Exponents should be processed first, then multiplication and division, then addition and subtraction. The use of parenthesis brackets can be used to override this default precedence order.
They have to vote on whether or not to override the veto and a 2/3 majority is required in order to override it.
Because if you did operations in an impermissible order, or violated laws of operations, then your solution to the equation is wrong.