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Q: When Excel follows the order of operations the formula 83 plus 2 equals?

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(8 * 3) + 2 = 26

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The order of operations is BODMAS; Brackets; Other; Division; Multiplication; Addition; Subtraction. Therefore for the calculation 8*2+5, excel will do 8x2 first, then add five, yielding 21

Order of Operations

False. Excel follows the rules of mathematics in doing calculations, as algebra also does.

Excel will use the standard order of operations according to the laws of mathematics. See the related question below.

It follows the order of operations.

Order of Operations

Order of Operations

im assuming the 8 3 is meant to be 8/3 8/3 + 2 = 4 2/3 = 14/3 your answer is 4.666666

Excel will use the standard order of operations according to the laws of mathematics. See the related question below.

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The rule is "Order of Operations."

In Excel an equation can be a formula. All formulas in Excel must start with the equals sign. That is what tells Excel it is a formula.

48 8 times 3 = 24, 24 times 2 = 48 I don't know why you would need excel to solve this formula when you can easily do it mentally.

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All formulas must begin with the equals sign. That is how Excel knows it is a formula.

An equals sign (=) alerts Excel that you are entering a formula or function and not text.

The logical operators in Excel are as follows. < is less than, > is greater than, = is equals. <= is less than or equals and >= is greater than or equals. Not equal to is written as <>.

the = equals symbol

All formulas in Excel must begin with the equals sign.

Excel assumes data is text initially, but can treat it differently depending on the way you enter it. That is why you enter an equals sign at the beginning of a formula to indicate to Excel that you are creating a formula.