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Q: What are the parenthesis in an equation mean?

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What I mean by this equation is: x^3-2x^(x-2.5)+x^(x^x)

It could stand for sulphur or if its in parenthesis it probably means its a solid.

You can remove parenthesis or bracket by multiplying the number outside, with the number inside the bracket.

Parentheses is when you are doing an equation, and you solve the problem.

What do parenthesis mean in medical coding?

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3/2(1-5)=-6 3/2(-4)=-6 3/-8=-6 Not equal. This equation is a false equation. Unless a variable was meant to be in the equation, this equation is not equal.

the [ and ] brackets are for if you need an equation like [(9+1)+5] so if you need parenthesis in another parenthesis that is what its for and so is { and }

(a^2+7a-8)/(a^2+6a-7) (original equation) (a+8)(a-1)/(a+7)(a-1) (simplify top and bottom) (a+8)/(a+7) <--answer

the equation is 5(a+2) if a is 1 than the answer is 15 if a is 2 than the answer is 20 if a is 3 than the answer is 25 etc...

I believe you mean parenthesis..well it is when you use ( ) puntuation together and as a pair make up what is known to be parenthesis.

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