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Grouping symbols are symbols such as parentheses or brackets, that indicate that the operations within them should be done first. When an expression contains more than one pair of grouping symbols, the computations in the innermost grouping should be done first.
You get different values for an expression by changing the placement of the grouping symbols.
You use grouping Symbols to separate that problem from the expression or to tell you to do that problem in the expression first
Evaluate the innermost grouping symbol first and make your way outwards.
It is algebra.
There are a couple types of grouping symbols used in math. These are mainly parentheses and brackets. Both plain and curly brackets are used in some equations.
It is an expression.
they are both grouping symbols in math