Q: What is 1x0 equal?

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6-1x0+2/2=7 Order of operations requires that multiplication and division be performed first. 6-(1x0)+(2/2)=7 I've added parenthesis to make the math a bit clearer. 6-(0)+(1)=7 And Voila, the answer is 7.

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ANY number multiplied by 0 = 0.

Multiplication and division first, addition and subtraction second. Without brackets, that equation equals 2.

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7. But, the answer can also be 4. This is an ambiguous question. If the question is interpreted in this way : 6- (1x0) + (2/2), then the answer is 1 [6-0+1 = 7]. But, if the question is interpreted as : [6-(1x0) + 2]/2 ------- when the whole term is divided by two, the answers is 2 [(6-0+2)/2 = 8/2 = 4].

Anything multiplied by zero is zero - no matter how complex the sum !

Order of operations has the multiplication happen first and then the addition.1+1+1+1+1+1+1x0+1=1+1+1+1+1+1+0+1=7All the addition can happen in the same step.

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Pragmatism assume that an idea is true if it works in practice. Since we cant apply basic matematics to our reality the students has difficulties process information and understand value. Pragmatism works and some of our scientific explanations not. 1x0=?

I saw this on facebook and an astounding amount of people got it wrong, including some self proclaimed teacher (god help her students). Since you do not have the signs in I can just say this.Multiply first. If it says 2+1x0 then it is not two and one are multiplied by 0, it is just the 1, so the sum becomes 2 + 0.I.e. the answer is NOT zero-------------------------------------------------------------------------------I can not understand the above answer . The fact is that ANY number multiplied by 0 = 0.

7 6 - 1 x 0 + 1 1. Multiplication first (PEMDAS), 1x0 = 0 2. Division, Addition, Subtraction.... 6-0+1= 7

Had to search this one on the Web for my 3rd Graders math homework on the 2nd day of school... the answer is 99 (standard form) which is 90 + 9 in expanded form. It can also be written as 1x90+1x0... Hope this helps!!!

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