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Q: In a math problem what is parenthesis?

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There is a number on the outside of the parenthesis & there is a set of parenthesis.

The same thing its just digits

its a math problem

Parenthesis simply is (Brackets)

brackets

Multiply

Based on the order of operations (PEMDAS), it states all inside the parenthesis goes first. For example, if you had the problem (1+3) x 4, you would do the 1+3 first, then multiply it by 4.

Distributive property

parenthesis means that you do all that you have to get rid of them first

Yes, and parenthesis are the first thing you solve.

It involves 3 or more numbers. The parenthesis indicates the terms that are considered one unit.The groupings are within the parenthesis.

um i think their like more parenthesis

(Parenthesis)first no offense but you spelled parenthesis wrong and second parenthesis are these (get it) sometimes you can use them in math,or just to IM with a person like this = ) or = ( see now u get it and in math just if you were wondering sometimes you use them to stand for multiplication and sometimes just to separate equations!

a+(b+c)=(a+b)+c if you have multiple addition or multiplication numbers in parenthesis then the numbers in the parenthesis' order doesn't matter

It depends on the answer. The parenthesis' placement can change the answer to the problem.

7a=2(-10)........................................answer is 20/7

19.86 - 4.94 math problem = 14.919999999999998

The product in a math is the answer to a multiplication problem.

Remember PEMDAS. It stands for Parenthesis,Exponents,Multiply, Divide, Addition, and finally Subtraction. If they are already in order then just start at the left and go to the right.

it means you have to do that problem frist then the other problems

The parenthesis can be applied to another set of units and the outcome will not change.

In a math problem, least means smallest.

The product is the "sum" of a multiplication math problem.

You square the number in the parentheses.

The associative property of math refers to grouping. This property states that you can group numbers (move the parenthesis) anyway and the result will remain the same.